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Recreation activity interests of mentally retarded young adults

Recreation activity interests of mentally retarded young adults

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • People with mental disabilities -- Recreation,
  • People with mental disabilities -- Institutional care

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J. Gary Ingenthron
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 116 leaves
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14446436M

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Swimming, dance, exercise classes, bowling and team sports are activities that can be fun and health-promoting. A study published in the Fall issue of “Therapeutic Recreation Journal” reported better health, improved social and.

My uncle moved in our house about 6 months ago. He has a mental age of a 4 year old child. He used to go to a special school and he enjoyed it there because he has friends and has things to do. But since our house is so far away from the school ( hr drive), he just stays at our house (with his nanny).

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He traveled regularly with his class to the Y.M.C.A. to use recreational facilities, including a swimming pool. 1 [**2] The trips were supervised by a teacher and an aide, both employees of Madison County, and while at the pool, by a.

I'm about to start work with mentally & physically retarded people with no prior experience. The agency suggested that I come up with some ideas to interact with the people i'll be working with but I have no idea where to start since my previous experience is in child-care.

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Recreation for retarded teenagers and young adults by Bernice Wells Carlson the text presents guidelines for planning and conducting activities for mentally retarded youth and young adults. Consideration of understanding the maturing retardate and his social needs includes different kinds of beneficial social experiences, the maturing.

Adapted physical activity, recreation, and sport: Crossdisciplinary and lifespan (5th ed.). Dubuque: WCB/McGraw Hill. (in some cases). Among the areas covered are physical education and recreation for blind, multiply handicapped, mentally retarded (mild to severe), epileptic, diabetic, and deaf mentally retarded individuals; the integration.

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