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4: Allison Huck, CTRS, RRT
In this episode of Brightway Answers, we interview recreational therapist Allison Huck with questions submitted by brain injury survivors and caregivers.
Allison answers questions like:
- What is recreational therapy and how can it help brain injury survivors?
- What types of recreational and adaptive activities and programs are available?
- How can I use recreational therapy to improve things like vocabulary or my social life?
Allison Huck is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) at MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, D.C. She works with inpatients to increase their ability participate in meaningful recreation and leisure activities after brain injury. She has interests in yoga, cycling, rowing, virtual reality, and gaming, which she incorporates into her practice as a therapist as well as into community programming.
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Here is a list of resources that Allison mentions in this episode.
MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital Adaptive Sports & Fitness:
Move United - adapt at home fitness classes:
Super H 5k Run, Walk & Wheel:
5 Second Rule