TTAP with College students

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TTAP with College students

  1. 1. The Theme of Mwaaaahh! By:Jennifer Cattani What I like to do* My Life*
  2. 2. The TTAP Method* 9 Steps to help the 5 domains
  3. 3. My Puppy! The first step of the TTAP Method I really enjoyed was the Meditation and Drawing. The meditation made me think about my dog Pebbles who we had to put asleep recently. I then drew Pebble’s collar as my description. She was my first puppy for 15 years! Meditation & Drawing
  4. 4. Meditation to Sculpture.. After the meditation and drawing, Sculpture is the next step in the TTAP Method. I sculpted Pebble’s collar; which is what I saw in the meditation.
  5. 5. Sculpture to Movement.. I love Field Hockey And played it all through high school. My team was the County Champs in 2004. I also figure skated for seven years and competed
  6. 6. Movement to Poetry or Words Who are you to judge the life I live? I know I'm not perfect and I don't live to be, but before you start pointing fingers, make sure your hands are clean. -B ob Ma rley I love this quote because even though it is powerful, it still shows that no one is perfect to judge anyone else.
  7. 7. Words to Food.. I love Chinese Food! I am always in the mood for it. I either love to order in or eat at nice Chinese restaurants.
  8. 8. Food to Theme Event.. My 20th Birthday! I Spent my 20 th Birthday in Aruba with my family and I had such a great time! I will never forget it, and hope to go back!
  9. 9. Theme Event to Photo Therapy.. The love of my life* Family* Friends* “ A picture is worth a thousand words”
  10. 10. What I learned.. Learning the TTAP Method helped me understand a lot more and helped me when thinking of creative activities to do with patients/residents. I learned more about the 5 Domains and how important they are in the TTAP Method. K.ByE!

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