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Aidar, F.J., Silva, A.J., Reis, V.M., Careiro, A.L., Vianna, J.M., & Vovaes, G.S. (2007). Aquatic activities for severe cerebral palsy people and relation with the teach-learning process Fit Perf J, 6(6), 377–381

Ainscow, M. (1998). Would it work in theory? Arguments for practitioner research in the special needs field. In C. Clark et. al. (Eds.), Theorising Special Education. London: Routledge.

Alberton, C. L., Olkoski, M..M., Pinto, S.S., Becker, M.E., & Kruel, F.M. (2007). Cardiorespiratory Responses of Postmenopausal Women to Different Water Exercises, International journal of aquatic research & education, 1(4) 363-372.

Albright, C.  (1995).  Swimming techniques for individuals with physical disabilities.  Palaestra, 11(2), 16-21.

Aleksandrović, M., Coh, M., Daly, D., Okicic, T., Radovanovic, D., Dimitrijevic, L., . . . Bojic, I. (2010). Effects of adapted swimming program onto orientation in water of children with neuromuscular impairments. Paper presented at the Youth Sport, Ljubljana.

Aleksandrovic, M., Jorgic, B., Block, M. & Jovanonvic, L. (2015). The effects of aquatic activities on physical fitness and aquatic skills in children with autism spectrum disorders: a systematic review. Faculty of Sport and Education, 13(3), 351-362.

Aleksandrovic, M., Jorgic, B., Block, M., & Jovanovic, L. (2016). The effects of aquatic activities on physical fitness and aquatic skills in children with autism spectrum disorders: A systematic review. Physical Education and Sport, 351-362.

Almekinders, S. V.  (1994).  Physical education for college students with physical disabilities.  Palaestra, 10(4), 34-42.

Almquist, S. (2001).  The emergency plan.  Strategies, 14 (5). 30-32. 

American Red Cross. (1977).  Adapted aquatics: Swimming for persons with physical or mental impairments.  Garden City, NY: Doubleday.

American Red Cross. (1992).  American Red Cross swimming and diving.  St. Louis: Mosby-Year Book.

American Red Cross. (2004). Water safety instructor manual. Yardley, PA: Stay Well.

Anderson, S.  (1985).  Maiden voyage.  Palaestra, 2(1), 24-27.

Angelo, P. & Stewart, C., (1997). You can start your own adapted aquatics program.  Aquatics International, 9(4),  23-27.

Apache, R.R., Hisey, P., & Blanchard, L. (2005).  An adapted aquatics assessment inventory and curriculum.  Palaestra, 21(2), 32-37.

Archer, S. (2002). Aquatic exercise and arthritis. Aquatic Therapy Journal, 16 (1), 29-31.

Arroyo Morales, M., Physical Therapy Department, & Faculty of Health sciences. (2012). Aquatic exercise in a chest-high pool for hormone therapy-induced arthralgia in breast cancer survivors: A pragmatic controlled trial. Retrieved from http://cre.sagepub.com/content/27/2/123.short

Association of Swimming Therapy. (1992). Swimming for people with disabilities. London: A &C Black.

Attermeier S. (1998). The use of water as a modality to treat an infant with mild neurological dysfunction: a case report. Physical Occupational Therapy Pediatrics, 3,53-58.

Austin, D. R. (1987).  Recreation and persons with physical disabilities:  A literature synthesis.  Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 21(1), 36-44.

Baena-Beato, P. A., Arroyo Morales, M., Delgado Fernandez, M., Gatto Cardia, M. C., & Artero, E. G. (2012). Effects of Different Frequencies (2–3 Days/Week) of Aquatic Therapy Program in Adults with Chronic Low Back Pain. A Non-Randomized Comparison Trial. Retrieved from             http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/pme.12002/full

Baena-Beato, P. A., Arroyo Morales, M., Delgado, M., Robles, A., Gatto, M. C., & Artero, E. (2013). Aquatic therapy improves pain, disability, quality of life, body composition and fitness in sedentary adults with chronic back pain. Retrieved from http://www.siis.net/documentos/ficha/212972.pdf#page=72

 

Barretta, R. (1990).  Criteria for aquatic personnel.  Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 60(5), 44-45.

Ballaz, L., Plamondon, S., & Lemay, M. (2011). Group aquatic training improves gait efficiency in adolescents with cerebral palsy. Disability and Rehabilitation, 33(17-18), 1616–1624.

Beason, K., & Gilbert, J.  (1995).  Benefits of deep water exercise for ambulatory impaired adults.  Palaestra, 11(4), 22-28.

Beaudouin, N. M., & Keller, M. J.  (1994).  Aquatic-Solutions:  A continuum of services for individuals with physical disabilities in the community.  Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 28(4), 193-202.

Becker, B.(2004). Biophysiologic aspects of hydrotherapy. In A.J.Cole & B.E. Becker(Eds.), Comprehensive      aquatic therapy (2nd ed., pp 19-56). Philadelphia, PA:Elsevier.

Becker, B. E. (2011). Biophysiologic aspects of hydrotherapy. In Becker, B.E. & Cole, A.J., (Eds), Comprehensive aquatic therapy (3rd Ed.) (pp. 23-75) Pullman, WA: Washington State University.

Bintzler, S. (2006). The academic perspective research update: Water works wonders. Parks & Recreation , 41 (11), 26-31.

Becker, B.E. (2009). Aquatic Therapy: Scientific Foundations and Clinical Rehabilitation Applications. PM & R, 1, 859–872. Becker, B.E., & Cole, A.J. (2011). Comprehensive Aquatic Therapy (3rd ed.). Washington State University: Pullman, WA.

Belza, B., Topolski, T., Kinne, S., Patrick, D., & Ramsey, S. (2002). Does adherence make a difference?: Results from a community-based aquatic exercise program. Nursing Research, 51(5), 285-291.

Berger, B., & Owen, D. (1992). Mood alteration with yoga and swimming: Aerobic exercise may not be necessary. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 75, 1331-1343.

Berry, W. D.  (1990).  Contemporary trends in aquatics.  Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, May/June, 35.

Binkley, H & Schoyer, T. (2002) Aquatic therapy in the treatment of upper extremity injuries. Athletic therapy today. 7(1). 49-54

Block, M.E. (2000). A teacher’s guide to including students with disabilities in regular physical education.  Baltimore, MA: Brookes.

Block, M. E. (1996).  Implications of U.S. Federal law and court cases for physical education placement of students with disabilities.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 12, 127-152.

Block, M. E. (1995).  Americans with Disabilities Act: Its Impact on youth sports. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. 66 (1),28-32.

Block, M. E. , & Conatser, P. (1999) Consultant in adapted physical education.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 16, 417-434.

Block, M. C., & Conatser, P. (2002). Adapted Aquatics and Inclusion. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 73(5), 31-34.

Blohm, D. (2011). Effectiveness of Aquatic Interventions for Children with Cerebral Palsy: Systematic Review of the Current Literature. The Journal of Aquatic Physical Therapy, 19(1), 19–29.

Bloomquist, L.E.C. (1997).  Adapted aquatics programming manual.  Charleston: Colson Publisher Foundation.

Bompa, T. (1985). Theory and Methodology of Training: The Key to Athletic Performance. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt.

Broach E, Datillo R. (1996). Aquatic therapy: A viable therapeutic recreation intervention. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 15, 213-229.

Broach, E., & Dattilo, R.  (1996).  Aquatic therapy:  Making waves in therapeutic recreation.  Parks & Recreation, 31(7), 38-43.

Broach, E., & Dattilo, J.  (2001).  Effects of aquatic therapy on adults with multiple sclerosis. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 35, 141-154.

Broach, E., & Dattilo, J. (1996). Aquatic Therapy: A viable therapeutic recreation intervention.Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 30, 213-239.

Broach, E., & Dattilo, J. (2003). The effects of aquatic therapy on strength on adults with multiple sclerosis. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 37, 224-239.

Broach, E., Dattilo, J., & McKenney, A. (2007). Effects of Aquatic Therapy on Perceived Fun or Enjoyment Experiences of Participants with Multiple Sclerosis. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 41, 179-191.

Brody, L.T., & Geigle, P.R. (2009). Aquatic Exercise for Rehabilitation and Training. Champaign: Human Kinetics.

Brubaker, P., Ozemek, C., Gonzalez, A., Wiley, S., & Collins, G. (2011). Cardiorespiratory responses during underwater and land treadmill exercise in college athletes. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 20(3), 345–354.

Bull, E., Haldorsen, J., Kahrs, N., Mathiesen, G., Mogensen, I., Torheim, A., & Uldal, M.  (1985).  In the pool: Swimming instruction for the disabled.  Oslo, Norway: Ungdoms-Og Idrettsavdelingen.

Bumin G, Uyanik M, Yilmaz I, Kayihan H, Topcu, M. (2003). Hydrotherapy for Rett syndrome. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 35, 44-45.

Butler, C. (2002). Walking in water. Inside MS,20(3). 66-70

Campion, R. M. (2004, December). Hydrotherapy: Principles and Practices, Butterworth-Heinemann Medical.

Canadian Red Cross Society (1980).  Manual for teaching swimming to the disabled. Toronto, Ontario: Author.

Carter, M.  (1998).  Aquatics - HPERD Linkage to health and human services.  Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 69(3), 6.

Casey, A.F., Rasmussen, R., Mackenzie, S.J., & Glenn, J. (2010). Dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry to measure the influence of a 16-week community-based swim training program on body fat in children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 91(7), 1064–1069.

Casey, A. F., & Emes, C. (2011). The effects of swim training on respiratory aspects of speech production in adolescents with down syndrome. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 28, 326-341.

Castillo-Lozano, R., & Cuesta-Vargas, A. I. (2015). Analysis of cervical and shoulder neuromuscular activity during adapted swimming with and without a snorkel: Implications for rehabilitation. Science & Sports, 30(4), 213-220.

Chavez, M. C. (2016). Hippotherapy versus Aquatic Therapy use in Early Intervention Physical Therapy in Children with Down Syndrome (Doctoral dissertation, Division of Physical Therapy, School of Medicine, University of New Mexico).

Chavez, M. C. (n.d.). Hippotherapy versus Aquatic Therapy use in Early Intervention Physical Therapy in Children with Down Syndrome. Retrieved July 07, 2016, from http://hdl.handle.net/1928/32398

Chien-Yu, P. (2010). Effects of water exercise swimming program on aquatic skills and social behaviors in children with autism spectrum disorders. Autism: The International Journal Of Research & Practice, 14(1), 9-28.

Christie, I.  (1985).  Aquatics for the handicapped - A review of literature.  Physical Educator, 42(1), 24-33.

Chrysagis, D.N., Douka, A., Nikopoulos, M., Apostolopoulou, F., & Koutsouki, D. (2009). Effects of an aquatic program on gross motor function of children with spastic cerebral palsy. Biology of Exercise, 5(2), 13–25

Chacham, A., & Hutzler, Y. (2002). Reliability and validity of the aquatic adjustment test for children with disabilities. Movement, 6, 160–189 [In Hebrew. Abstract available in English from Movement Editorial Board at Zinman College for Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Wingate Institute 42902 Israel].

Chatard, J.C., Lavoie, J.M., Ottoz, H., Randaxhe, R, Cazoria, G., & Lacour, J.R. (1992). Physiological aspects of swimming performance for persons with disabilities. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 24(11),1276-1282

Chu, C.H., & Pan, C.Y. (2012). The Effect of Peer- and Sibling- Assisted Aquatic Program on Interaction Behaviors and Aquatic Skills of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Their Peers/Siblings. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 6(3), 1211–1223.

Cider, A., Sunnerhagen, K.S., Schaufelberger, M., Andersson, B. (2005) Cardiorespiratory effects of warm water immersion in elderly patients with chronic heart failure. Clin Physiol func Imaging, 25(6): 313-7.

Clair, S. (2005, May/June). Universal thinking: Just how accessible is your facility.  Recreational Management, 22-27

Clapham, E. D., Armitano, C. N., Lamont, L. S., & Audette, J. G. (2014). The ocean as a unique therapeutic environment: Developing a surfing program. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 85(4), 8-14.

Coelho, J., & Fielitz, F. (2003).  Making waves in your aquatic program.  Strategies, 17(2) 29-31.

Compton, D.M., Eisenman, P.A., & Henderson, H.L. (1989). Exercise and fitness for persons with disabilities. Sports Medicine, 7, 150-162.

Compton, D., Goode, P., Towns, B.S., Motheral, L. (1988). Project PAIRS: a peer-assisted swimming program for the severely handicapped. Children Today, 1(1), 28-30.

Conatser, P. (2008). International perspective of aquatic instructors' attitudes toward teaching swimming to children with disabilities. International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education, 2(3), 256-265.

Conatser, P. (2007). Inclusion in aquatics: Perceptions of instructors preparedness in training, equipment utilization, and in class management. Palaestra, 23(2), 38-42.

Conatser, P. (2007). Adapted aquatics & rehabilitation: Literature synthesis. International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education, 1(3), 242-254.

Conatser, P. (1995).  Adapted aquatics swimming screening test.  Lubbock, TX: Author.

Conatser, P. (2000).  Adapted aquatics the past century.  Academic Aquatics On-Line Worldwide Refereed Electronic Journal, located: http//:admin.campbellsvil.edu/~jcarter.

Conatser, P. (1999).  Adapted aquatics: Past and future trends.  National Aquatics Newsletter, 5(2),10-11.

Conatser, P. (2007, June/July 1). Cooperative land aquatic activities. PELINKS4U Promoting Active & Healthy Lifestyles, section: Adapted Physical Education 9(6). Retrieved from http://www.pelinks4u.org/archives/adapted/060107.htm

Conatser, P. (2006, October 1). Inclusive Activities for Individuals with Disabilities. PELINKS4U Promoting Active & Healthy Lifestyles, section: Adapted Physical Education 8(8). Retrieved from http://www.pelinks4u.org/archives/adapted/100106.htm

Conatser, P. (2004, May 1). Aquatic supervision for individuals with disabilities. PELINKS4U Promoting Active & Healthy Lifestyles, section: Adapted Physical Education 6(5). Retrieved from http://www.pelinks4u.org/archives/adapted/050104.htm

Conatser, P. & James, E (2011, June/July). Starting an Adapted Aquatics Program. PELINKS4U Promoting Active & Healthy Lifestyles, section: Adapted Physical Education 13(6). Retrieved from http://www.pelinks4u.org/articles/conatserJames.htm

Conatser, P., & Block, M. E. (1998) Effective communication: An important factor in consulting. Palaestra ,14 (3) 22-26.

Conatser, P., & Block, M. E.  (2001).  Factors that improve aquatic instructors beliefs toward inclusion. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 35, 170-184.

Conatser, P., Block, M. E. & Gansneder, B.  (2002).  Aquatic instructors beliefs toward inclusion: The theory of planned behavior. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 19, 172-187.

Conatser, P., Block, M. E.,  & Lepore, M. (2000). Aquatic instructors attitude toward teaching students with disabilities. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 17, 173-183.

Conlin, D.  (1990).  Waterski championship for the disabled.  Palaestra, 6(2), 21-23.

Conner, C. (2006) Surf wheeling.  Palaestra, 22 (1) 42-44.

Cowart, J.  (1998).  Teaching swim skills to the hard to reach student.   Palaestra, 14(1), 32-38.

Cracraft, J.  (1988).  Canoeing and float tripping for the disabled some thoughts and reflections.  Palaestra, 4(3), 33-40.

Crollock, J., Mancil, G., & Stopka, C. (2006). Physical Activity for children with autism spectrum disorder. Teaching Elementary Physical Education , 17 (2), 30-34.

Counsilman, J. (1994). The new sience of swimming. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.

Csapo, M. (1985). Water learning and swimming for the severely handicapped, British Journal of Special Education, 9, 121-129.

Cuhna MB. (1996). Spinal muscular atrophy type 2 and 3: evolution of 50 patients with physiotherapy and hydrotherapy in a swimming pool. Archive Neuropsychiatric, 54: 402-406.

Cunningham, J. (1997). Halliwick method. In R.G. Ruoti, D.M. Morris, & A.J. Cole (Eds.), Aquatic rehabilitation. Philadelphia: Lippincott.

Daly, D. J., & Vanlandewijck, Y. (1999). Some criteria for evaluating the fairness of swimming classification. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 16, 271-289.

Daniels, A. S.  (1954).  Aquatics in the adapted program.  Adapted Physical Education, (pp. 194-233) Harper & Brothers Publishing: New York, NY.

Daniels, E., & Dodd, C.  (1996).  The value of cooperative learning: Swim instructors get to the bottom of a lesson.  Strategies, 9(5), 27-29.

Darby LA, & Yaekle, BC. (2000). Physiological responses during two types of exercise performed on land and in the water. Journal Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 40, 303 -11.

Dimitrijevi, L., Aleksandrovic, M., Madic, D., Okicic, T., Radovanovic, D., & Daly, D. (2012). The effect of aquatic intervention on the gross motor function and aquatic skills in children with Cerebral palsy. Journal of Human Kinetics, 32, 167–174.

Dimitrios, V., & Dimitrios, K. (2004. ). The Effect of an Adapted Swimming Program on the Performance of an Individual with Kyphosis-Scoliosis. International Journal of Special Education , 19 (2), p64-72 .

Donaldson, M., Blanksby, B., & Heard, P. (2010). Progress in precursor skills and front crawl swimming in children with and without developmental coordination disorder. International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education, 4(4), 390-408.

Dougherty, N. J. (1990).  Developing a collegiate aquatic program.  Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 60(5), 46-48.

Doremus, W. A.  (1992).  Developmental aquatics:  Assessment and instructional programming.  Teaching Exceptional Children, 24(4), 6-10.

Dorval G, Tetreault S, Caron C. (1996). Impact of aquatic programmes on adolescents with cerebral palsy.  Occupational Therapy International, 3, 241-161.

Drewes, A. M., Biering-Sorensen, F., & Andreasen, A.  (1993).   Mini 12-meter boats ... A sport and recreational activity for persons with spinal cord injuries.  Palaestra,  9(3), 36-39.

Driver, S., O’Connor, J., Lox, C., & Rees, K. (2004). Evaluation of an aquatics program on fitness parameters of individuals with a brain injury. Brain Injury, 18, 847-859.

Driver, S., O’Connor, J., Lox., C.J., & Rees, K.(2003). The effect of aquatic exercise on psychosocial experiences of individuals with brain injuries. Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation, 21 (1), 22-31.

Dulcy, F.H. (1983). Aquatic programs for disabled children: An overview and an analysis of the problems. Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 3, 1–20.

Dulcy, F. H. (1992).  An integrated developmental aquatic program (IDAP) for children with autism. National Aquatics Journal, 8(2), 7-10.

Dumas, H. (2001). Aquatic Therapy in Pediatrics: annotated bibliography. Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 4(20), 63.

Dumas, H., & Francesconi, S. (2001). Aquatic Therapy in Pediatrics: Annotated Bibliography. Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 20(4), 63–78

Dummer, G.M. (1999). Classification of swimmers with physical disabilities. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 16, 216-218.

Dummer, G.M. (2003). Reasonable accommodations for swimmers with disabilities. Palaestra, 19(1), 44-45.

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FERNÁNDEZ., V. M., & CORDERO, M. I. (2015). STAND UP PADDLE BOARD FOR PEOPLE WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS. Palaestra, 29(1), 32-36.

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Figuers, C.C. (2005). Aquatic therapy intervention for a child diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy. The Journal of Aquatic Physical Therapy, 13(1), 6–8.

Fletemeyer, J.R. (2001,May).  Taking notice: Results of a study on aquatic warning signs.  Aquatics International,16.

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Fragala – Pinkham,M., Haley, S., & O’Neil, M. (2011). Group swimming and aquatic exercise programme   for children with autism spectrum disorders: A pilot study. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 14(4), 230-241.

Fragala-Pinkham, M., O’Neil, M.E., & Haley, S.M. (2010). Summative Evaluation of a Pilot Aquatic Exercise Program for Children with Disabilities. Disability and Health Journal, 3(3), 162–170.

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Gehlsen, G. M., & Karpuk, J.  (1992).  Analysis of the NWAA swimming classification system.  Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 9, 141-147.

Geigle, P.R., Cheek, W.L., Gould, M.L., Hunt, H.C., & Shafiq, B. (1997). Aquatic physical therapy for balance: The interaction of somatosensory and hydrodynamic principles. Journal of Aquatic Physical Therapy, 5(1), 4–10.

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Geytenbeek, J. (2008). Aquatic Physiotherapy Evidence-Based Practice Guide. Camberwell, Australia:Australian Physiotherapy Association.

Geytenbeek, J. (2002). Evidence of effective hydrotherapy. Physiotherapy, 88, 514–529.

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Grosse, S.  (2005).  Assessment of swimming in physical education.  Strategies, 19(1), 35-36.

Grosse, S.  (1985).  Introduction of a deaf-blind swimmer.  National Aquatics Journal, 1(3), 14-16.

Grosse, S.  (1985).  It’s a wet and wonderful world.Palaestra, 2(1), 14-17.

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Phillip Conatser, PhD, CAPE

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University of Texas RIo Grande Valley                                           

College of Health Affairs

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