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Ann Elizabeth Dolloff

Ann Elizabeth Dolloff Temple University Department of Rehabilitation Sciences



1700 N. Broad, Suite 301B


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


After 22 years as a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist directing services in community-based recreation and summer camp facilities for individuals with disabilities and their families in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire, Ann Dolloff returned to Temple University in 2004, joining the Institute on Disabilities, with Pennsylvania's Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT) program, as an assistant director. Dolloff accepted a full-time faculty position with the Department of Rehabilitation Studies in 2012, after teaching several years as adjunct with the TR program. Dolloff has also taught at as adjunct at West Chester University and the University of New Hampshire. Teaching is a passion for Dolloff! She am also passionate about adapted sports, and is currently in her 20th year teaching adapted skiing at Camelback Mountain in the Poconos.

Research Interests

  • Assistive Technology
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Leisure 
  • Recreation