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Available research clearly shows that more children who have disabilities, including those with severe disabilities, are participating in swimming programs as well as wanting to be taught in a regular aquatic class without being segregated. Aquatic instructors need to prepare lessons that include children both with and without disabilities. This means that aquatics instructors need to understand and be willing to implement unique teaching and managerial techniques that foster the safe and successful learning environment for all children. While the task of teaching children who have severe disabilities may seem difficult at first, with a little knowledge and experience, instructors will become better teachers to all children, gain confidence in their abilities, and see more positive and successful performances in their aquatic programs.
Conatser, Phillip; James, Eric; and Karabulut, Ulku
"Adapted Aquatics for Children with Severe Motor Impairments,"
International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education: Vol. 10:
3, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/ijare/vol10/iss3/5
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