Learn about aquatic therapy programming for autistic individuals aimed at removing barriers to involvement and expanding recreation repertoire to build memories and experiences together in a community-based setting.

Handouts are online at: Aquatic Therapy for Indivdiuals with Autism

The speaker:

Jennifer Knott, CTRS, works to assist individuals with special needs in a community-based setting. She is a graduate of Kent State University with a Bachelors in Leisure Studies with Concentration in Recreation Therapy and a minor in Psychology and a member and Presenter at the Aquatic Therapy and Rehab Institute. “In working with children, adults, and families with special needs, we recognize the the many barriers to recreation involvement. We strive to eliminate as many barriers as possible by designing inclusive, goal-driven, individualized, and meaningful recreation programs. We believe that recreation activities can assist people with special needs and families in expanding their recreation repertoire, memories, and experiences together.” She currently serves as the Executive Director of Rec2Connct located in Wadsworth, Ohio.

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