Aquatics, a Revived Approach to Pediatric Management

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Psychology Press, 1983 - Family & Relationships - 92 pages
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This informative book examines aquatic programs for children as a viable treatment and educational technique. Authoritative health professionals explore the problems existing in aquatics, present a theoretical model for programs, and address several research and clinical applications of aquatic programming for facilitating the development of premature infants and disabled children.
 

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Contents

A Theoretical Aquatic Service Intervention Model for Disabled
21
An Adjunct to Developmental
39
The Use of Water as a Modality to Treat an Infant with Mild
53
Therapeutic Pool Activities for Young Children in a Community
59
Water as a Learning Environment for Facilitating Gross Motor
75
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