Assistive Devices, Adaptive Strategies, and Recreational Activities for Students with Disabilities: A Practical Guide for Including Students who Need Assistive Devices and Adaptive Strategies Into Physical Education and Recreation Activities
Practical and user-friendly, Assistive Devices is a recipe-style resource for teachers planning activities for students with disabilities. In keeping with the "Whole Child" philosophy, material is included to meet the developmental needs of students with physical, as well as cognitive and affective disabilities. Developed and field-tested--much of this material is original!
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