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I'm looking to making T-Shirts for my Department and I'm stumped about what to put on it... I've found cute Rec Therapy shirts but they're not RTs... can you give me cute (but not too corny) phrases or slogans for a Recreation Department TShirt?

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I'm looking to making T-Shirts for my Department and I'm stumped about what to put on it... I've found cute Rec Therapy shirts but they're not RTs... can you give me cute (but not too corny) phrases or slogans for a Recreation Department TShirt?

 

 

" We do ordinary things in extraordinary ways"

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I'm looking to making T-Shirts for my Department and I'm stumped about what to put on it... I've found cute Rec Therapy shirts but they're not RTs... can you give me cute (but not too corny) phrases or slogans for a Recreation Department TShirt?

 

 

How about " We do ordinary things in extraordinary ways"

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From the slogan maker: http://thesurrealist.co.uk/slogan.cgi?word=recreation

 

My doctor says "Recreation"

Have Recreation your way!

Recreation a day helps you work, rest and play.

We bring recreation to life.

Where's the Recreation?

Recreation keeps going and going

 

From

http://globalvisionproject.org/Slogans.htm

 

John Arthur Nesbitt,

"What is rehabilitation?"

"REHABILITATION Is A Dream, A Philosophy,

A Goal, A Method, A Regeneration, and A Birth of Freedom;

A dream of possibility, a philosophy of potential, a goal for society,

a method of achieving results, a regeneration of an able-person,

and a birth of freedom in the life of a person become able."

 

II. FROM PAST CENTURIES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY (available from Nth Degree)

 

Alan Berger, "INCLUSION: Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere."

 

Robert Browning, "Our aspirations are our possibilities."

 

Mahatma Gandhi, "You Must Be the Change You Wish to See in the World."

 

Kahill Gibran, "The gifts which derive from justice are greater than those which spring from charity."

 

Victor Hugo, "What Matter Is Deafness of the Ear When the Mind Hears."

 

Martin Luther King, Jr, "Injustice Anywhere Is A Threat to Justice Everywhere."

 

Bea Russell, "Inclusion is a birthright, not a privilege."

 

South African Disability Rights Movement, "Nothing About Us Without Us."

 

Robert Louis Stevenson, "To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the only end of life."

 

Dan Wilkins, "Understanding makes tolerance necessary."

 

Dan Wilkins, "Mainstreaming is like visiting; Inclusion is belonging."

 

III. FOR THE 21st CENTURY, Compiled by Mr. Dan Wilkins: (1)

 

"Working Toward A World of Awareness and Better Understanding."

 

"It is never enough to be human ... we must be humane."

 

"Your Attitude Just Might Be My Biggest Barrier."

 

"A community that excludes even one of its members ... is no community at all."

 

"Help Stamp Out 'Psycho-sclerosis' (Hardening of the Attitude)."

 

"Together We Can ... To accomplish great things we not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe."

 

"Let's let kids be kids. Let's not handicap them simply because they have a disability."

 

IV. INCLUSION IN THE 21st CENTURY

 

"THINK INCLUSIVELY: School, Work, Play, Community, Life."

 

"NOBODY'S CHARITY: When you look at where the money goes, the telethon begins to look like a smellathon."

 

"REHABILITATION: To Reinvest With Dignity."

 

"DON'T JUST SIT THERE! DO SOMETHING!

Climb a Rock,

Ride a Rapid, Go to School,

Run a Race, Row a Boat, Play some Hoop,

Pitch a Tent, Ski a Slope, Fly a Kite, Dive a Reef, Get a Job,

Get a Grip, Play some Tennis, Go Canoe, Pop a Chute,

Take a Hike, Throw a Ball, Throw a Frisbee,

Pump some Iron, See the World,

Fall in Love,

Bungy!

 

"Existence without Meaning is Nothing; Make a Difference."

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Here are a few ideas the last two are my fav.

 

1. Recreation where the fun is at!

 

2. Recreation - productive

 

3. Recreation specialist for special people

 

4. Recreation Raising spirits

 

5. Recreation brings quality to life

 

6. Essential Recreation

 

Have you tried a Facility wide contest to see if one of your guest, families or staff can come up with something they think descries your dept. You can have a reception where the winner gets named and gets the honor of passing out the shirts. The opportunity to turn this in to several events / activities is very real.

 

Jenny Livingston

Activity Coordinator

jll@usa.com

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I'm looking to making T-Shirts for my Department and I'm stumped about what to put on it... I've found cute Rec Therapy shirts but they're not RTs... can you give me cute (but not too corny) phrases or slogans for a Recreation Department TShirt?

 

 

How about "Recreating a Better Day"?

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