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Brief introduction of the integration continuum

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Brief introduction of the Integration Continuum Identify a most suitable level and explain the level Give appropriate justification Give appropriate examples Explain why the other levels are perhaps not the most suitable Back to Today’s Problem Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic
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Brief introduction of the integration continuum Ahmad could consider using Winnick (1987)’s proposed framework for sport continuum to promote integration to the maximum extent possible. This framework help guide decisions on sport participation and help stimulate the provision of innovative opportunities for inclusive physical activities. The framework of integration continuum has 5 levels. Regular sport implies that the athlete with a disability can participate in a sport without modifications Adapted sport implies that the athlete with a disability competes in a regular sport with the aid of an assistive device or rule modification or that the athlete participates in a sport designed for a particular disability. Back to Today’s Problem Copyright © 2015 Republic Polytechnic
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