Ann E. Dolloff

Instructor
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Office
Room 301B Recreational Therapy Program

Biography

After 22 years directing recreational therapy services in community-based recreation and summer camp facilities for individuals with disabilities and their families in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire, Ann returned to Temple University in 2004. She joined the Institute on Disabilities with Pennsylvania's Initiative on Assistive Technology, the state AT Act Program, as assistant director, and a teaching adjunct in the recreational therapy (RT) program. In 2012, she accepted a full-time faculty position with the RT program. She has also taught at West Chester University and the University of New Hampshire. In addition to her passion for teaching, she is also a long-time instructor and coach in various adapted sports and still teaches adapted skiing every weekend with the PA Center for Adapted Sports at Camelback Mountain in the Poconos.

Education

  • MEd, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Temple University
  • BS, Therapeutic Recreation, University of Southern Maine

Curriculum Vitae 

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

RCTH 2103

Foundations of Recreational Therapy Practice

Undergraduate

RCTH 2203

Assistive Technology in Recreation

Undergraduate

RCTH 4185

Internship II in Recreational Therapy

Undergraduate

RCTH 5204

Recreational Therapy and Assistive Technology

Graduate

RCTH 5261

Disability Seminar on Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Conditions

Graduate

RCTH 5261

Recreational Therapy and Disabilities Seminar I

Graduate