KINE 101 Week 2 Lecture Notes: Chapter 3 Adapted Physical Activity

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Physical activity
Any form of movement that causes your body to use energy
Baseline activity
Light-intensity activities of daily life
Health enhancing physical activity
Activity that, when added to baseline activity, produces health benefits
Adapted Physical Activity
Physical activity modified for people with special needs to promote their health and active lifestyles
Claudine Sherrill
Definitions of APA: "Umbrella term for services that promote an active, healthy lifestyle by remediating psychomotor problems that interfere with goal achievement and self-actualization"
Adapted Physical Education
PE that's been adapted and modified so its appropriate for children and youth with disabilities
Medical gymnastics, special education, life-span human development, social Science, sport/dance/aquatic/leisure studies
What are the five roots of cross-disciplinary nature of APA?
Medical gymnastics
Gymnastics applied to the treatment of disease
Special education
Programs that address the needs of students with mental, emotional, or physical disabilities.
Life-span human development
An approach to studying human development that examines ways in which individuals grow, change, and stay the same throughout their lives, from conception to death.
Social science
The study of the social features of humans and the ways in which they interact and change
Sport, dance, aquatic, and leisure studies
Developed into disability sport, dance therapy, adapted aquatics and aquatic therapy, and therapeutic recreation.
Modification, adjustment, accommodation, broader concept of individualization.
Ernst Kiphard
Who developed the Application of adaptation theory to APA
Motor adaptation
"Individual and environmental interaction as a means of maintaining homeostasis" and "adaptation as a reciprocal process"
Person first language
Placing the individual ahead of the disability. (ie person with autism vs autistic person)
Certified Adapted Physical Educator (CAPE)
The National Consortium for Physical Education and Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPERID) and the Adapted Physical Activity Council (APAC)
Certified Inclusive Fitness Trainer (CIFT)
American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the National Center on Health, Physical Activity, and Disability (NCHPAD)
Movement mechanics and science
What is the 1st standard of ATRIC?
Aquatic principles
What is the 2nd standard of ATRIC?
Basic principles and methods used in aquatic therapy and rehab
What is the 3rd standard of ATRIC?
Professional responsibility
What is the 4th standard of ATRIC?
Safety and risk awareness
What is the 5th standard of ATRIC?
Legal consideration
What is the 6th standard of ATRIC?