Adapted Aquatics Programming 2nd Edition: A Professional Guide

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The second edition of Adapted Aquatics Programming: A Professional Guide is packed with new material, including up-to-date information on relevant legislation, guidelines on architectural accessibility, instructional strategies, equipment, safety management, and competitive and recreational aquatics activities.

 

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Contents

Introduction to Adapted Aquatics
3
Evolution of Adapted Aquatics
4
Legislation for Individuals With Disabilities
10
Benefits of Aquatics Participation
15
Applications of Aquatics Participation
17
Summary
19
CHAPTER 1 REVIEW
20
Models of Collaboration in Adapted Aquatics
21
Brittle Bones
197
Cardiovascular Disorder
198
Circulatory Disorder
199
Contractures and Limitations to Range of Motion
200
Deafness and Hard of Hearing
202
Deafblindness
203
Head Control Difficulty
204
High Muscle Tone
206

Models for Adapted Aquatics
22
Educational Model
25
Recreation Model
29
Transdisciplinary Model
32
Summary
37
Inclusion and the LeastRestrictive Environment
39
Placement Inclusion and the LRE
41
Continuum of Placements
43
Prerequisites to Successful Inclusion
47
Developing and Maintaining Successful Inclusion Groups
52
Using Activities to Facilitate Inclusion
61
Summary
66
Individualized Instructional Planning
67
Planning for Assessment
68
Developing the IEP or IAPP
77
Implementing the IEP or IAPP
81
Summary
83
Program and Organization Development
85
Organizational Foundations
86
Communications and Promotion
91
Financial Development
92
Facilities Acquisition
94
Program Development and Evaluation
96
Human Resource Management
99
Summary
106
Facilities Equipment and Supplies
107
Facilities
109
Equipment and Supplies
117
Summary
124
CHAPTER 6 REVIEW
125
Facilitating Instruction
127
Prerequisites to Safe Successful and Rewarding Programs
129
Essential Communication Skills
130
Transferring Techniques
133
Participant Care and Safety
147
Hydrodynamics
155
Positioning and Supporting Participants
157
Summary
161
Instructional Strategies
163
The Learning Process
164
Teaching Facilitating and Guiding Participants
168
Addressing Problem Behaviors
182
Summary
186
CHAPTER 8 REVIEW
187
Specific Needs of Adapted Aquatics Participants
189
Definitions of Common Disabilities in Adapted Aquatics
190
Commonly Seen Attributes of Learners in Adapted Aquatics
193
Atlantoaxial Instability
194
Auditory Perception Disorder
195
Autonomic Dysreflexia or Hyperreflexia
196
Hyperactivity
207
Interaction Difficulty
208
Joint Dysfunction
209
Kinesthetic System Disorder
210
Memory and Understanding Difficulty
211
Multisensory Loss
213
Paralysis Paresis and Atrophy
214
Posture Disorder
216
Primitive Reflex Retention
217
Proprioceptive Disorder
218
Respiratory Disorder
219
Seizure Disorders
220
Tactile System Disorder
221
Temperature Regulation Disorder
222
Visual Impairment
223
Visual Perception Disorder
225
Summary
226
CHAPTER 9 REVIEW
227
Aquatic Fitness and Rehabilitation
229
HealthRelated Physical Fitness and Aquatic Exercise
231
Physical Conditions and Tips for Aquatic Rehabilitation
240
Summary
243
CHAPTER 10 REVIEW
244
Program Enhancement
245
Adapted Aquatics Program Selection
247
Program Environments
249
Program Purpose
254
Types of Participation
255
Summary
259
CHAPTER 11 REVIEw
260
Competitive and Recreational Activities
261
Effect of Legislation on Aquatics Participation
262
Competitive Swimming for Individuals With Disabilities
263
Equitable Competition and Classification
269
Coaching Swimmers With Disabilities
272
Recreational Aquatic Activities
276
Summary
279
CHAPTER 12 REVIEW
280
Adapted Aquatics Position Paper of the Aquatic Council AAALF and AAHPERD
281
Assessment Forms
285
Games and Activities for Various Age Groups
305
Information Gathering Forms
313
Adapted Aquatics Program Resources
319
AAPAR Levels of Adapted Aquatics Credentials
325
GLOSSARY
329
REFERENCES
335
INDEX
345
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
354
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