There were actually 4 speakers who are recreation therapists. The important lessons learned were: always be active; which one realized was instrumental in these people’s recovery from their accidents, surgery, or disability. The ability…
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The sharing relayed by Rita, a 76 year old woman was particularly interesting in terms of emphasizing how her love for physical activities (dancing, in particular), significantly assisted in her fast recovery from her hip replacement surgery. Her experience was therefore recommended by her surgeons to other people who had to undergo similar surgeries to help in facilitating the recovery process.
What was your overall impression of the lecture? The lecture was simply inspiring, illuminating, and enlightening. The sharing of experiences enabled the audience to clearly understand and relate to their ability to move on despite their disabilities.
Optional: Was there a memorable quote or impactful moment from the lecture that resonated with you? The memorable quote was relayed by Rita who emphasized the relevance of keeping active despite one’s age. As noted, “age is a matter of the mind; when one does not mind, then age does not matter” (Ryan, 2013).
What did you learn from the speaker(s)? The speaker, a critical discourse analyst and communication scholar, focused on neurodiversity, specifically communicative perspectives – where communication was noted to shape reality and at the same token, reality shapes communication. She also explained social realities in terms of roles, relationships, functions, experiences, and even disabilities.
The lesson that was particularly interesting was the speaker’s ability to emphasize how communication shapes social reality, as well as how reality actually shapes communication. The manner by which she stressed the concept enabled the audience to ingrain the lesson in one’s mind. Likewise, the definition of neurodiversity as “everyone has a different mind; everyone has a different way of making things work; and everyone has a different way of seeing and shaping social realities which are equally valid despite the diversities” (Ryan, Neurodiversity lecture 3-6-14, 2014).
What was your
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