Developing recreation skills in persons with learning disabilties
Designed to assist recreation leaders to better understand individuals with learning disabilities, resulting in the implementation of a higher quality of leisure experiences. This book describes characteristics of various learning disabilities, self-awareness of the learning-disabled with regard to learning, living, and leisure the benefits of leisure to a learning-disabled individual, plus possible modifications necessary for the delivery of recreation and leisure services. Packed with helpful appendices and suggestions as it sheds new light toward creating quality leisure experiences; because, on the road of life, play never stops and learning never ends.
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Chapter FiveDelivery of Recreation Programs
Chapter TwoLearning Disabilities
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