Chapter 14 Inclusive Aquatics
Aquatic environments offer benefits:
Fun and enjoyment
_ in water
Liberates the body
Enhances function and well-being
Allows playfulness and _ that are often elusive on land
Chapter 11 Inclusive Sports
Sport Is Sport
Sport is _.
It provides common ground for societies.
It involves many differently _ participants, each with unique skills and abilities.
Sport is sport, no matter who is playing or what his _.
As a Professional
Chapter 8 Universal Design in Recreation
Universal Design is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent
possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design.
Defining Universal Design
Chapter 6 Providing Leisure Services for Diverse Populations
Four Subgroups Are Considered
1. Ethnic and racial minorities
3. People who live in poverty
4. Older adults
Phenotypic characteristics like skin color, hair color
Chapter 4 Inclusion Concepts, Processes, and Models
What Is a Model?
_ representations used to explain or describe a concept, process, or _
A small _ of a big _
Can be _ or symbolic
Inclusion models can help guide efforts to provide best practice
Inclusive Recreation History and Legislation
Why Understanding History
Understanding the past helps us avoid repeating past mistakes, learn from past successes, and
predict the consequences of actions.
Understanding the history of a
Chapter 3 Building Cultural Competencies
A process whereby people develop competencies in multiple ways of perceiving, believing, and doing in order
to communicate and interact effectively in diverse environments
What does this stateme
Chapter 1 Introduction to Inclusion
Inclusions First Impression
Think about the meaning of inclusion.
Write down what comes to mind.
What images do you see?
What thoughts do you have?
What beliefs do you hold?
What actions do you imagine?
This first impre