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Examples level 2 persons with disabilities or the

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Examples Level 2. Persons with disabilities or the elderly groups may be given assistive devices, or minor supporting structure given for these profiles. Level 3. Persons with disabilities or elderly groups participate in wheelchair, while youth as per normal, but they compete together. Back to Today’s Problem Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic
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Examples Level 4. Modified the rules of the game; have everyone play on the wheelchair/roller board/floor; use a smaller court; have smaller soccer net etc. Explain why the others are not suitable Level 1 is not suitable as there are disabilities and elderly groups. At this level, the setting is integrated with no accommodation; this does not offer equal opportunities for the disabilities and elderly group. Level 5 is not suitable as at this level, all three profiles participate in adapted or regular sport in a totally segregated setting. It does not promote inclusivity and community bonding. Back to Today’s Problem Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic
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To identify and describe the 5 levels of integration continuum as strategy for inclusive physical activity To adapt inclusive physical activity by applying the integration continuum framework To explain the purpose of classification systems used in adapted sports What we have learnt today Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic
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