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Dean A. Zoerink

The purpose of this exploratory study was to inquire about the childhood and adolescent social and recreational experiences of adult males having congenital orthopedic disabilities, those having acquired orthopedic disabilities, and those who were able-bodied. An interview method using a prepared questionnaire was employed to collect data from 173 men, of whom 53 had congenital disabilities, 60 had acquired disabilities, and 60 were able-bodied. They ranged in age from 20 to 40 years. The analyses, using the chi-square statistic at p = .001, revealed that men with congenital disabilities differed from each of the other two groups with respect to memories of childhood social and recreational opportunities. They recalled having had more or about the same number of childhood opportunities to play with friends, be involved in active games and in outdoor activities, and play at friends’ homes. Subjects with congenital disabilities, in contrast to the others, also recalled as adolescents having had more or about the same number of opportunities to participate in active games and go to friends’ homes.

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with Cerebral Palsy Gail M. Dummer * Martha E. Ewing Rochelle V. Habeck Sara R. Overton 10 1987 4 4 278 292 10.1123/apaq.4.4.278 Early Play and Recreation Experiences of Persons with Physical Disabilities: An Exploration Dean A. Zoerink * 10 1987 4 4 293 304 10.1123/apaq.4.4.293 Kinematic

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conclusions presented in this article may be of interest to Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly readers, as they offer additional insights on ways to provide more meaningful physical activity and recreation experiences for individuals who are deaf–blind. Lieberman, L.J., Kirk, T.N., & Haegele, J.A. (2018

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ZáNean McClain, Daniel W. Tindall, and E. Andrew Pitchford

this article may be of interest to Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly readers as it offers additional insight on ways to provide more meaningful physical activity and recreation experiences for individuals who are deafblind. Lieberman, L.J., Kirk, T.N., & Haegele, J.A. (2018). Physical education and

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Kelly P. Arbour-Nicitopoulos, Viviane Grassmann, Krystn Orr, Amy C. McPherson, Guy E. Faulkner, and F. Virginia Wright

outdoor recreation experience on families that have a child with a disability . Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 37 ( 1 ), 38 – 57 . Scholl , K.G. , Smith , J.G. , & Davison , A. ( 2005 ). Agency readiness to provide inclusive recreation and after-school services for children with disabilities