Therapeutic Recreation Program
Daytime / Evening Programs/Staff:
Monday – Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm
204-222-3251 ext 245 or 235
Weekend Religious Programs
To provide recreation programs that meet individual needs. We focus on the abilities of each resident, not the disabilities. We develop and implement active and passive programs. Therapeutic Recreation programs are developed for all residents, regardless of race, religion, financial or cultural differences. Residents receive encouragement and tender loving care.
Games, Fun and Fitness, Walking Programs, Travel Games
(In cooperation with Spiritual Care): Hymn Sing Program, Spiritual & End of Life Care Visits, Celebration of Life, Spiritual Reflections, Religious Holiday Programs – Wednesday: Catholic& Anglican Church; Saturday: Seventh-day Adventist Services; Sunday: Community Church Services
Special Luncheons, Supper Clubs, Teas, Social Hour, Picnics, Barbecues, Cafés, Theme and Holiday programs, Outings, Shopping Trips, Resident of the Mont
Reading/Poetry, Library Program, Discussion groups, Bingo, Arts & Crafts, Word/Trivia Games, Movies, Table Games, Music Games, Woodworking, Pioneer-Days, Resident and Family Council.
Sing-a-longs, Beauty Club, Concerts/Entertainment, Treasure Chest, Nickelodeon, Gardening, Community Services, Work Projects, Intergenerational programs, Sensory Stimulation, One to One Visits, Pet Visits, Musical Lane.
Park Manor Care Volunteers
Therapeutic Recreation endeavors to meet the many individual needs of residents but would find it impossible if it were not for the help of dedicated volunteers. Volunteers share their time, talents, creativity, understanding, and love with Park Manor residents. They assist recreation staff with the preparation and implementation of many programs; they visit with residents using resources; and many take leadership roles.
Park Manor Care volunteers work side by side with staff and are a very important part of our team. Their work is very much appreciated and we are always looking for new volunteers from the community. Family members make excellent volunteers and are encouraged to help wherever possible.