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Results From Finland’s 2022 Para Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents With Disabilities

P. Asunta, K. Kämppi, K. Ng, A. Saari, and T. Tammelin

involvement of children in planning the activities is important to facilitate PA for children and adolescents and may help to eliminate barriers to it. One grade does not give a complete picture of the situation of CAWD as the CAWD group is heterogeneous with different levels of functional difficulties, long

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An Exploratory Study of Teachers’ Experiences in Physical Education With Children Thought to Have Developmental Coordination Disorder

Chantelle Zimmer and Janice Causgrove Dunn

( Causgrove Dunn & Dunn, 2006 ), and coercion ( Zimmer & Causgrove Dunn, 2020 ). The purpose of this study was to explore teachers’ perceptions of and interactions in physical education with children thought to demonstrate functional difficulties associated with DCD. While it is known that majority of

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Sport and Recreational Physical Activities Attenuate the Predictive Association of Multimorbidity With Increased Geriatric Depressive Symptoms: A 14-Year Follow-Up Study of Community-Dwelling Older Adults

Yonglin Liang, Francisco T.T. Lai, Joyce L.Y. Kwan, Wai Chan, and Eng-Kiong Yeoh

, such as managing finances and daily transportation, and to identify functional difficulties in eight domains, with a higher score representing more severe disabilities. Statistical Analysis We implemented a multivariable Poisson regression analysis to study the moderating effect of sports

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Mix-and-Match or Mismatch? Exploring the Perspectives of Older Adults About Zumba Dance and Its Potential Utilization for Dual-Task Training

Laurence Lloyd Parial, Simon Ching Lam, Earl Francis Sumile, and Angela Yee Man Leung

for persons with functional difficulties ( Inouye et al., 2013 ). Compared with the original Zumba dance, a version known as Zumba Gold is designed to address the needs and limitations of people aged ≥50 years ( Dalleck et al., 2015 ). Zumba Gold follows the traditional Zumba program but with a lesser

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Examination of a Composite Walking Measure on Cognitive Functioning Among Participants in the Chicago Health and Aging Project

Pankaja Desai, Shannon Halloway, Klodian Dhana, Yanyu Zhang, Thomas Holland, Puja Agarwal, Christopher N. Ford, Carlos Mendes de Leon, Denis A. Evans, and Martha C. Morris

participants with incident Alzheimer’s disease had less PA participation, an increased likelihood of being White or African American/Black and not Hispanic, and more education and functional difficulty, compared with participants who were alive ( Scarmeas et al., 2011 ). The PA measurement included walking

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Short-Term Effects of Kinesio Taping® on Electromyographic Characteristics of Paraspinal Muscles, Pain, and Disability in Patients With Lumbar Disk Herniation

Marcin Grzes´kowiak, Zbigniew Krawiecki, Wojciech Łabe˛dz´, Jacek Kaczmarczyk, Jacek Lewandowski, and Dawid Łochyn´ski

discomfort in wearing of tapes. Ex post evaluation revealed that KT caused less functional difficulties ( P  = .001) and was more comfortable ( P  = .01). Kinesio taping intervention caused similar to PT decrease in disability level, but it was more comfortable in usage. Discussion The goal of the present

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Classification and Intellectual Disabilities: An Investigation of the Factors That Predict the Performance of Athletes With Intellectual Disability

Rosanna Gilderthorp, Jan Burns, and Fergal Jones

checklist, which focuses on “Impairments of Body Functions”, was administered. This covered all of the eight domains above and asked participants to describe whether they experienced any functional difficulties relating to each domain. It was not necessary to administer Part 1b or Part 2 of the checklist

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Risk Factors for Mobility Decline in Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Systematic Literature Review

Philippa J.A. Nicolson, Maria T. Sanchez-Santos, Julie Bruce, Shona Kirtley, Lesley Ward, Esther Williamson, and Sarah E. Lamb

 Widowhood 829 1 ( van den Brink et al., 2004 ) 1 1.7–1.8 Very low  Currently not exercising 1,483 1 ( Ho et al., 1997 ) 1 2.1 Very low  Low amount of exercise per day 1,483 1 ( Ho et al., 1997 ) 1 2.2–3.4 Very low  Other functional difficulties 2,145 1 ( Crimmins & Saito, 1993 ) 1 1.3–1.4 Very low  Low

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International Society of Research and Advocacy for Developmental Coordination Disorder (ISRA-DCD)—15th Biannual Conference and International Motor Development Research Consortium (I-MDRC)—6th Assembly

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North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity

frontal theta can be used as a physiological measure of functional difficulty. Thus, modeling time-varying covariates is beneficial for motor learning as it allows us to address theoretical propositions more directly. Moreover, time-varying covariates are also important for motor development (e