Leisure Skills Development Interventions. Leisure Skill Development Section An overview of interventions. Overview.
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The general idea for this section is to provide patients with opportunities to work on using leisure time productively/constructively.Interventions also offer opportunities to reinforce concepts taught in other sections - social skills and symptom management, for instance.
This intervention is aimed at increasing the individual’s understanding of the importance of a constructive leisure lifestyle.Activities are planned to encourage social involvement, self-actualization, and increase awareness of leisure resources. Each individual’s interests and needs will be evaluated with the intent of tailoring a program that can be followed post discharge.
Community Integration offers an ideal environment to practice appropriate social skills and to provide staff with an opportunity to observe interactions in variety of settings.Trips are planned to various local sites that will allow the individual to experience realistic costs, active involvement in public situations, etc.
Music groups can be for enjoyment or for facilitating discussions on the content of songs and how music affects our lives.Expression allows participants to utilize various outlets for personal creativity and the expression of emotions. Skits, music and engaging in theatrical warm-up exercises keep this an active group.
These interventions focus on specific arts and crafts projects or on learning a new hobby that can be used while in the hospital or post discharge.Besides mastering a new skill, the environment offers opportunities to socialize as well as learning where to buy supplies and the costs associated with the activity.
This intervention uses low ropes and initiative activities/tasks to promote team work, communication skills, coping skills, problem solving skills, build self-confidence, etc.A version of this intervention technique is applied for Leisure Application.
This intervention utilizes a variety of experiences involving outdoor leisure skills.This program offers basic angling education, survival, outdoor cooking, study of wildlife, camping and other outdoor activities.
This intervention is guided by the participants. They are involved with providing two performances per year to other patients, family members and community members.Participants are involved with program content, costumes and props.