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Extra resources for Adapted aquatics programming : a professional guide
Adapted aquatics is a method, program, and process that parallels adapted physical Although aquatics programs have long provided education, its equal on land. therapeutic benefits, adapted aquatics promotes the As a method, adapted aquatics parallels adapted modification of instructional and recreational swimphysical education in that it strives to modify any existming activities and encompasses changes to swim ing swim stroke, game, or activity to meet the needs of strokes, water safety training, and recreational aquatic individuals with special needs (Sherrill, 2004).
The aquatics instructor must expect and ask to be a part of creating the IEP. The APE service delivery model discussed by Claudine Sherrill (2004, p. 9) incorporates all of the required concepts from IDEA for educational program delivery. This model stresses identifying participants with needs in the psychomotor area; providing appropriate assessment; planning, implementing, and evaluating participants; and providing instruction in the least-restrictive environment. (Further information about least-restrictive environment follows.
2 meters) of water for 5-minute intervals 3 times per 60-minute aquatic therapy session 3 times per week. Settings The settings for aquatic services within the medicaltherapeutic model include community as well as hospital-based facilities. Hospitals, rehabilitation centers, or private practices may rent private and public pools for 1 or more hours per week to facilitate community outreach. Additional settings in which the medicaltherapeutic model of aquatics occurs include rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, intermediate- and long-term care facilities, health and wellness facilities, and sports medicine centers (also see chapter 10).