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A Exciting  Aquatic Journal 

http://www.humankinetics.com/IJARE/journalAbout.cfm

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IJARE Volume 7, Issue 4, November

 

 

Editorial

 

In This Issue . . . November 2013 


2013, 7, 283 – 285 
Stephen J. Langendorfer


 

Which Stroke First? 


2013, 7, 286 – 289 
Stephen J. Langendorfer


Original Research

 

Readiness to Rescue: Bystander Perceptions of Their Capacity to Respond in a Drowning Emergency 


2013, 7, 290 – 300 
Kevin Moran, Teresa Stanley


 

Can You Swim in Waves? Children's Swimming, Floating, and Entry Skills in Calm and Simulated Unsteady Water Conditions 


2013, 7, 301 – 313 
Per-Ludvik Kjendlie, Tommy Pedersen, Trine Thoresen, Trond Setlo, Kevin Moran, Robert Keig Stallman


 

Aquatic Exercise Compared to Contrast Therapy With Shallow Water Treadmill Running to Assist Recovery in Elite Australian Rules Footballers 


2013, 7, 314 – 331 
Kate Hoskin, Karen J. Dodd, Siew-Pang Chan, Sam Rosengarten, Sophie Heywood


 

Differences in Drowning Rates Between Rural and Non-Rural Residents of Ontario, Canada 


2013, 7, 332 – 343 
Michael Fralick, Zane R. Gallinger , Stephen W. Hwang


Educational/Review

 

Quantification of Aquatic Interventions in Children With Disabilities: A Systematic Literature Review 


2013, 7, 344 – 379 
Baiba Kārkliņa, Marlies Declerck, Daniel J. Daly


 

The Lifesaving Foundation 


2013, 7, 380 – 395 
John Connolly


 

Effectiveness of Aquatic Physiotherapy in Clinical Practice 


2013, 7, 396 – 406 
Jacqueline Pattman, Jane Hall, Eirwen Record


Media Review

 

Science in Swimming IV 


2013, 7, 407 – 408 
Stephen J. Langendorfer


 

Reviewers for Volume 7 


Stephen J. Langendorfer

 

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Monica LePore                                       

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Including Students with Disabilities in General Physical Education

Good Chapter on Adapted Aquatic Programming
Martin E. Block and Philip Conatser

http://www.pbrooks.com/onlocation/topics/block.htm



 

 

 

 

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Swimming Against The Current: A Practical Teaching and Coaching Manual for Swimmers with Disabilities

http://www.disabilityswimming.com/

By Anne Green

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Current Articles

Starting an Adapted Aquatics Program

http://www.pelinks4u.org/articles/conatserJames.htm

 

Helpful Tips for Disease Prevention in Physical Activity

http://www.pelinks4u.org/articles/conatser0210.htm

 

Physical Activity & Seizures

http://www.pelinks4u.org/articles/conatser0609.htm

 

Respiratory Exercises Changing Lives

http://www.pelinks4u.org/articles/conatser0209.htm

 

Cooperative Land Aquatic Activities

http://www.pelinks4u.org/archives/adapted/060107.htm

 

There are 16 inclusive and cooperative activities

http://www.pelinks4u.org/archives/adapted/100106.htm

 

Aquatic supervision for individuals with disabilities.

http://www.pelinks4u.org/archives/adapted/050104.htm

 

Adapted Aquatics for a Beginning Swimmer with Asperger’s Syndrome
A Sample Lesson Plan

http://www.pelinks4u.org/articles/article1_may07.htm#lessons

 

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Water Fun Book/DVD - Fitness and Swimming Activities for All Ages

http://www.humankinetics.com/products/showproduct.cfm?isbn=073606768X

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A true story about how a young girl with Autism overcomes her fear of the water

http://www.onestepfurtherrecreationtherapy.com/OSF%20Web/Surf's%20Up%20For%20Flynn.htm

 

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Paralyzed Athlete Olympic Comeback
Chronicled in New Documentary
Just Released on DVD and VHS


As a teenager, Cheryl Angelelli of Fraser, MI, was an up-and-coming swimmer with Olympic hopes and dreams, until her life drastically changed. On February 4, 1983, while practicing a new racing dive, she hit her head at the bottom of the pool and broke her neck. The accident left her a quadriplegic and forever changed the course of her life, but not her dreams.

Angelelli's inspiring comeback story is the focus of a new documentary entitled, Untold Dreams: The Cheryl Angelelli Story. Untold Dreams chronicles Angelelli's life, from a teenager struggling to deal with the sudden onset of a disability, to her comeback as an internationally ranked disabled swimmer and her dream of standing on the medal podium at the 2004 Paralympic Summer Games in Athens, Greece.

The Paralympics is the equivalent to the Olympics for elite athletes with physical disabilities. Over 4,000 athletes from 125 countries competed in the 2004 Paralympic Summer Games in Athens. However, since the United States is one of the only countries that does not televise the Paralympics, these athletes accomplishments virtually go unrecognized, their stories, their dreams are untold.

I hope this film helps create more awareness about the Paralympics and educates society about the many abilities of persons with disabilities not only in sports but also in life, says Angelelli.

Untold Dreams was produced in cooperation with the Athlete' s with Disabilities Hall of Fame and the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan.

Untold Dreams has recently been released on DVD and VHS. For more information, or to purchase, please visit  http://www.untolddreams.net

 

 

Contact Information

Phillip Conatser, PhD, CAPE

Associate Professor

University of Texas at Brownsville                                            

College of Education

Department of Health and Human Performance

80 Fort Brown

Brownsville, TX 78520

Office: (956) 882-5879

Cell: (956) 561-1825

Email: phillip.conatser@utb.edu

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