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A preliminary investigation of the suitability of aquatics for people with severe and profound intellectual disabilities

By: Aherne, Cian.
Contributor(s): Coughlan, Barry.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disabilities 21 (2) June 2017: 118-133. 2017Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | EXERCISE PROGRAMMES | SUITABILITY | ACQUATICS PROGRAMMEOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Suggests that aquatics is an under-researched but possibly appropriate form of activity for people with severe to profound intellectual disabilities (SPIDs). The thematic analysis unearthed main themes of effects, facilitators, barriers, strengths and needs.
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Suggests that aquatics is an under-researched but possibly appropriate form of activity for people with severe to profound intellectual disabilities (SPIDs). The thematic analysis unearthed main themes of effects, facilitators, barriers, strengths and needs.

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