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RechTech 2006 presentations
Recech conforence Presentations on technological solutions to recreation barriers in Denver Colorado 30-31 May, 2006

APA State of the Art - Implications for Athletes with Intellectual Disability
A presentation to the leadership seminar of SO Europe / Eurpasia in Bucharest, Romania Nov 14, 2008.

APA: Past - Present - Future 2008
A powerpoint presentation from the round table on APA scope within European and international perspecives

Drat I: IFAPA recommendations UN Convention Human Rights
This document is a result of IFAPA Board's meeting in Turin October 7-8, 2008 resulting in a position statement and a list of recommendations in support of any national or NGO initiative for implementing Article 30 of the UN Convention of Human Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

UN Convention - Interpretation of Article 30
Aiming for Inclusive Sport: the Legal and Practical Implications of the United Nation’s Disability Convention for Sport, Recreation and Leisure for People with Disabilities by Elise C. Roy Northeastern University, Boston, appearing in ESLJ Volume 5 Number 1; 2008

Training Seminar a Success

NCPERID 2007 Conference Presentations
Download Powerpoint and Word files presented during the 2007 conference of the National Consortium for Physical Education and Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPERID)

Sherborne Developmental Movement Course
Powerpoint and photos from the Sherborne Developmental Movement Course Oct 13, 14 2007

Fun Inclusive
A pdf manuscript on how to provide inclusive disability sport in developing countries. Published by Handicap international and medico international groups.

IFAPA Position Statement on UN Convention
United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities: Position Statement of the International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA)

UN adopted Right to Sport and Recreation in Disability Treaty: Article 30.5
he UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities was adopted by the UN General Assembly in New York on Dec 13th 2006.

Functional Information for Paralympic Swimmers
A Coaches' infoservice article describing research findings and recommendations concerning swimming classification for participants with disability

The Effects of Visual Impairment on Competition Swim Performance
A Coache's info service article, describing factors contributing to successful performance in swimmers with impaired vision

Aquatic treatment examples for function and activity
This pdf presentation provides some examples of using the aquatic environment for achieving speficic neuromuscular effects on the functional and activity levels of the International Classification of Function, Disability and Health (ICF: WHO, 2001).

Young people with disabilities in physical education/physical activity/sport in and out of schools
A technical report for the World Health Organization presented by Prof. Claudine Sherrill IFAPA President.

Presentations of EUFAPA 2006
Selected presentations from the Eropean meeting in Olomouc, the Czech Republic 7-9th of September 2006

APA in Mumbai, India
Pictures from activities at the Resource centre for inclusion in Mumbai, india

Full text of presentations at the VI Brazilian Congress on Adapted Physical Activity
Papers or presentations are published online (In English or Portuguese) in the supplement of SOBAMA Review No 10 (1) December 2005

Presentations of the speakers, Oslo Conference THENAPA II, 19-20 September 2005

CIDA 2003 presentations
Selected papers presented during the CIDA 2003 congress on adapted sports and physical activity in Malaga, 2003. Papers are in Spanish in PDF format

ISAPA 2001 presentations
Link to the official symposium website containing presentations that were not included in proceedings