Online CourseAdapted Aquatics Instruction Course acquaints you with the field of adapted aquatics by taking you through the same units of study as the highly effective Introduction to Adapted Aquatics Instruction course. You then go beyond the introductory information into more advanced study of topics important to planning and implementing an adapted aquatics program. This course comes packaged with two outstanding additional resources: the textbook Adapted Aquatics Programming, Second Edition, and the 45-minute DVD Introduction to Adapted Aquatics.
Advanced topics covered include:
- Terminology for adapted aquatic instructors
- Application of individualized instructional planning including writing goals and objectives specific to desired outcomes
- Strategies for inclusion and addition information on the least restrictive environment
- Instructional strategies and use of equipment including practical implications for designing developmentally appropriate programs and activities
The course concludes with a test at the end to demonstrate your mastery of the material and uncover areas where additional study might be necessary.
An online course for swim instructors, swim instructor trainers, physical therapists, and anyone working with individuals with disabilities.
Table of ContentsUnit 1. Overview of Adapted Aquatics
Unit 2. How Disability Affects Movement in Water
Unit 3. Communication with Swimmers and their Significant Others
Unit 4. Physical Support and Safety of Swimmers with Disabilities
Unit 5. Inclusive Alternative Environments in Aquatics
Unit 6. Unique Attributes of Swimmers with Disabilities
Unit 7. Advanced Terminology for Adapted Aquatics Instructors
Unit 8. Advanced Application of Individualized Instructional Planning
Unit 9. Advanced Knowledge of Inclusion and the Least Restrictive Environment
Unit 10. Advanced Instructional Strategies and Use of Equipment