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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sydney Brown on Friday September 16, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MATH 221C-03 at Brigham Young University - Idaho taught by David Brown in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Social Science Statistics in Math at Brigham Young University - Idaho.


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Date Created: 09/16/16
Sydney Tingey Brother Kugath RM 307 4/4/2016 Volunteer Assignment I completed 8 out of the 15 hours for this assignment. For this assignment, I chose to work at the Carriage Cove Retirement home here in  Rexburg as well as participate in wheelchair basketball. Both of these activities were enriching  and taught me a lot about not only the Therapeutic Recreation major, but it also increased my  love and understanding of these populations.  Art has always been a passion of mine, and when I heard that a group from our class was going  to be teaching basic art lessons at Carriage Cove, I got excited. As I helped plan and carry out the lessons, I thought about what it felt like to be unsure of my abilities and how I had always  appreciated my teachers that were kind and patient with me, and who recognized that I was  putting forth my best effort even if I hadn’t mastered a skill yet. I also knew that the activities we planned had to cater to all skill levels, whether that meant someone who has enjoyed art  throughout their life, someone who had never taken an art class, or someone who may not be  able to use the pencil or brush in the same way due to a disability. My group and I talked over  plans and how we would accomplish the activities and then try them out to ensure that someone  at any level could complete the task. I participated in three of these art projects, as well as  volunteered for a craft where we made edible igloos. Each of these activities were fun for the  group of seniors as well as ourselves. I loved working with them. I also participated in a wheel  chair basketball game which was fun and new for me. I have never been very good at basketball,  but it was fun to learn how to play it in a way that adapted to the needs of others.  This was a difficult assignment for me to complete not because I chose not to participate  or did not want to, but because my schedule was in such a way that almost every evening and  afternoon were filled. I regret not fulfilling the full number of hours because it was so uplifting to be able to participate in these activities and confirmed my desire to work with the special needs  population. I learned a lot about myself while volunteering for these activities, but I also gained a greater appreciation and understanding of what it was like to participate in these activities with a  disability. There were some seniors who participated in the lesson and loved it because it was a  passion of theirs, and there were others who got frustrated because they either couldn’t  participate the same way due to a disability, or simply because of a lack of confidence in their  own abilities. In each situation, my group and I would strive to always be encouraging and adapt  to the individual’s needs. Sometimes that meant simply asking them what picture they were  thinking of, and painting or drawing it for them as they described the details to us. I understand  what it feels like to have a physical disability that is limiting, and it was amazing to be able to  help others with theirs. I know that there are so many who may feel discouraged or have lost  hope and become frustrated with varying disabilities that we each face in our lives. I believe that  we all need someone to reach out to us and lift us up. This experience with volunteering with  special needs populations simply opened my eyes and heart to a new group of people whom I  can love and serve on a daily basis through this major, and in my everyday life. I recognize that  before this class and experience, I wasn’t sure how to react to someone with a disability such as  using a wheelchair or someone who has Alzheimer’s. However, I was humbled and delighted by  the opportunity to work with them and learn from them. I know I can take this experience and  continue to reach out to those around me in my community as well as a career setting. I can also  learn from my own folly and not hesitate or procrastinate reaching out to someone in need and  providing service, friendship or even simply words of encouragement. I am grateful for this  experience and will continue to let it influence my actions in the future.


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