New PDF release: Adapted aquatics programming : a professional guide

By Monica Lepore

ISBN-10: 0736057307

ISBN-13: 9780736057301

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ISBN-13: 9780736085861

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8), and inclusive recreation aquatics. Public Aquatics These aquatics programs are typically offered by nonprofit agencies. Their programs, including leisure activities or athletic contests at beaches, are designed to meet both the indoor and outdoor recreational needs of a diverse group of citizens. Commercial Aquatics Aquatics programs in this arena are generally offered on a pay-for-play basis and are profit driven. They take place in settings such as exercise clubs and water parks. Other aquatic venues such as lakes, rivers, and oceans offer activities that require the rental of equipment to participate, such as canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, parasailing, and jet skiing.

Distinct Components The distinct components of the transdisciplinary approach are the release of roles by each member of the team, the integration of each service within an existing program, and a view of the person as a whole rather than as a list of separate needs. Role Release Role release is a method of introducing a specific discipline to other members on a collaborative team. 5/278253/alw/r2 model. Reprinted, by permission, from F. Dulcy, 1983, “Aquatic programs for disabled children,” Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics 3(1): 18.

This section describes typical goals of programs that operate within the medical-therapeutic model and gives examples of goals and objectives for participants in those programs (also see chapter 10). The main goals of any medical-therapeutic aquatics program are the restoration, maintenance, and development of functional capacities through positions, exercises, and activities that reduce pain and prevent deformity and further disability. Also included is the improvement of circulation, motor skills, muscular strength, muscular endurance, range of motion, balance, and coordination so that patients may function at their maximum potentials (Sherrill & Dummer, 2004, p.

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