leisure and recreation


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leisure and recreation

A term for off-work activity which refreshes one’s health or spirits by relaxation and enjoyment.
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In the current study, we were specifically interested in whether employed Nigerian adults with visual impairments would be actively engaged in leisure and recreation.
To this end, we reaffirm the necessity for human service agencies and individuals with visual impairments to collaborate on the development and implementation of community-based leisure and recreation programs that will lead to healthier lifestyles for all participants.
For the multitudes of disabled people who don't have playful mothers to help them take in stride what others consider a tragedy, you who have dedicated yourselves to leisure and recreation professions will have many opportunities to serve as parent surrogates once you've gathered us into your programs.
Many leisure and recreation programs attempt to integrate females and males, but the integration tends to be external - there is little sense of camaraderie or team building.
In total, the leisure and recreation market as defined by this Market Review involved consumer spending of GBP 83.
A survey of leisure and recreation programs offered by agencies serving traumatic brain injured adults.
Consumer spending on leisure and recreation will continue to grow in the next decade with the prospects for a new Leisure-Time Age to emerge around 2015 as the current Information Age wanes.
You'll be able to rest a lot easier once your investments pay off, so let the All Stars get you ready for summer with four recommendations from the leisure and recreation products industry.
In addition, he is a member of the World Leisure and Recreation Association (WLRA); the World Waterpark Association (WWA); and the Association of Arabian Amusement Attractions (AAAA).
With the support of the World Trade Center San Diego and Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) will host two seminars to acquaint area business executives with the many opportunities of Japan's leisure and recreation market that await them.