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Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Adapted Physical Activity

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Abstract

Professor Jochheim has offered many important points for our consideration. These points have significance for both theory and practice as we continue to shape adapted physical activity as a profession and discipline. In keeping with the theme of this symposium, Professor Jochheim has endorsed an interdisciplinary approach to adapted physical activity and emphasized the need for both institution-based and community-based service providers to be organized as wellequiped interdisciplinary professional teams.

Keywords

Physical Activity Physical Education Disable Person Physical Activity Program Sport Organization 
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