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Resource materials BTEC 1 st Diploma in Health and Social Care – Unit 7 Creative and Therapeutic Activities.

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1 Resource materials BTEC 1 st Diploma in Health and Social Care – Unit 7 Creative and Therapeutic Activities

2 Content and Navigator Video: What is a Care Home? Website: Recreation Therapy Website: Creative Expressive Activities Website: ECPAT Creative Activities Website: First School Website:Recreative Resources News release: Essential Reading list Related Reading list Extended Reading slides and links Interactive links click on image to move to page

3 Video clip = What is a Care Home ? click on video for hyperlink Click image to return to navigator

4 www.recreationtherapy.com/tractv.htm click on image for hyperlink Website links Review Substantial list of ideas and methods for creative and therapeutic activities for people of all ages Click image to return to navigator

5 click on image for hyperlink Website support Review Detailed theory regarding people with special needs and related creative and therapeutic activities. http://www.creativeexpressiveactivities.com/Activities.htm Click image to return to navigator

6 click on image for hyperlink Website support Review Easy to read theory with loads of ideas for creative and therapeutic activities that could be adapted for all ages http://www.ecpat.net/eng/ecpat_inter/Publication/Other/English/Pdf_page/e cpat_creative_activities.pdf Click image to return to navigator

7 Review Substantial list of ideas and methods for creative and therapeutic activities for children, particularly cultural celebrations and events. click on image for hyperlink Website support http://www.first-school.ws/ Click image to return to navigator

8 Information of professional service in Creative and Therapeutic activity http://www.recreativeresources.com click on image for hyperlink Recreation's purpose is not to kill time, but to make life, not to keep a person occupied, but to keep them refreshed; not to offer an escape from life, but to provide a discovery of life. Author Unknown Click image to return to navigator

9 News release click here for hyperlink http://195.167.181.207/As p/uploadedFiles/PDF%20 Published%20NR/Pub_F R_%2006May08.pdf Autistic and mainstream pupils in Kent …… Click image to return to navigator

10 Bibliography - essential reading Rashid, E. Hetherington, A & Wyatt, L (2008) BTEC First Health & Social Care Hodder Education, England ISBN: 9780340971574 Asbridge L, Lavers S, Moonie N & Scott, J (2008) Health and Social Care. Heinemann, England ISBN: 9780435500269 Click image to return to navigator

11 Bruce, T (2004) Cultivating Creative Babies, Toddlers and Young Children Hodder and Arnold, London (ISBN 0340814675) Bibliography – Child related reading Hobart, C and Frankel, J (1999) A Practical Guide to Activities for Young Children. Nelson Thornes, London (ISBN 07487450033) Meggitt, C (2006) Child Development: An Illustrated Guide 2nd edition Heinemann, Oxford (ISBN 0748765264) Click image to return to navigator

12 Parsons V (1998) Simple Expressions: Creative & Therapeutic Arts for the Elderly in Long-Term Care Facilities Venture Publishing ISBN-10: 0910251975 ISBN-13: 978-0910251976 Review For all who are interested in this area and for all those who care for, and work with older people. Well illustrated and includes practical, instructive methods for simplistic creative and therapeutic arts for the elderly. Extended bibliography Click image to return to navigator

13 Hibday, A & Ollier, K(1998)Creative Therapy: Activities With Children And Adolescents British Psychological Society, Blackwell ISBN:1854332570 www.books.google.co.uk/books?id=i6ldf1yha88 C&printsec=frontcoverbooks.google.co.uk/books?id=i6ldf1yha88 C&printsec=frontcover click on cover image for hyperlink Review 50 activities (exercises, worksheets and games) which can be used in working with children, adolescents or families, this text aims to encourage creativity in therapy and assist in talking with children to facilitate change. Click image to return to navigator

14 Bolton, G & Calman, K (1999) The Therapeutic Potential of Creative Writing: Writing Myself Jessica Kingsley Publishers, England ISBN:1853025992 Review Creative writing can provide a complementary therapy to talking and reflecting. Book written for health-care professionals who wish to use therapeutic writing with their patients, and for those wishing to start writing creatively in order to help themselves. http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Sp_wuhe8QTkC&printsec=frontcover Click on cover image for hyperlink Click image to return to navigator

15 http://moodle.llandrillo.ac.uk/course/category.php?id=18 Moodle: Health & Wellbeing Click image to return to navigator


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