disabilities swim final

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Seth Tucker Ian Understanding Disabilities December 14, 2007 From the very beginning, Ian showed a lot of enthusiasm to go to the pool. He seemed to know how things were planned out. For the first couple of weeks, he was out of class because of surgery, but when I first got to meet him he smiled and took my hand right away. The first thing Ian did was grab his towel and suit out of the teacher’s bag, and once in the locker room, he would point to his swim suit when he was ready to put it on. Once we went into the pool area, Ian didn’t always want to get into the water. On most occasions he would first pick a toy out from the large bin and choose to play with it on the side. Although first he was reluctant, over a couple of weeks, I was able to carry him around in the pool. The floating toys seemed to help bring him into the water since he could ride them around. I often noticed that Ian either wanted to play with a toy that someone else had, or another child wanted a toy that Ian had. Sometimes he wasn’t happy if things didn’t go
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course REC 151 taught by Professor Kennsison during the Spring '08 term at Ithaca College.

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