Diversional Therapists develop and run leisure and recreational programs for people living in residential care, or are otherwise isolated, vulnerable, or marginalised. You’ll be improving people’s social and emotional wellbeing — and overall helping people to have fun!
As a Diversional Therapist you could be organising a day trip for disabled kids, developing an individual program for a palliative care patient, or encouraging aged care residents to participate in a dance program. You could also training and supervising volunteers and staff.
There are 7 courses available for people who want to become a Diversional Therapist.