Smith, Ralph W., Austin, David R., Kennedy, Dan W., Lee, Younghill, and Hutchison, Peggy (2011). Inclusive & Special Recreation: Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities (Fifth Edition)

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Smith, Ralph W., Austin, David R., Kennedy, Dan W., Lee, Younghill, and Hutchison, Peggy (2011). Inclusive & Special Recreation: Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities (Fifth Edition)


Smith, Ralph W., Austin, David R., Kennedy, Dan W., Lee, Younghill, and Hutchison, Peggy (2011). Inclusive & Special Recreation: Opportunities for persons with Disabilities (Fifth Edition).

Sagmore Publishing: Urbana, Illinois (1807 North Federal Drive, 61801--1051, telephone [217] 819-5985, FAX [217] 359-5975, Web site www.sagamorepub.com; ISBN #978-1-57167-646-7, e-book #978-1-57167-647-4; paperback, 316 pages, $ 68.95, e-book $ 45.50

Values of inclusive recreation opportunities for all people are emphasized. An optimistic approach is combined with a string conceptual foundation grounded in current research. Case studies of inclusive recreation programs in the United States and Canada are included, along with practical advice geared to helping recreation personnel design and implement program providing optimal inclusion for persons with disabilities.

Features in this comprehensive treatment include expanded coverage of Canadian legislation and inclusive, and special recreation programs; new section on ADHD and Autism Spectrum disorder; detailed coverage of WHO ICF/ICIDH-2 classification system; discussion of Universal Design; broaden emphasis on the planning process; expand coverage of the importance of volunteerism; 2003 survey data regarding trends in inclusive recreation programs, Web-based learning activities, designed to enhance understanding of text content, and encourage development of research and technology skills, detailed information on selected exemplary programs. …

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