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A University-Based Adapted Physical Education Program for Homeschooled Children with Disabilities

Catherine A. Tingstrom


The increasing number of homeschooled students and their need for quality physical education indicates a potential to establish a university-based program for students with disabilities who are homeschooled. Children with disabilities have a prevalence to be inactive and have the potential to be overweight or obese. In addition, children who are homeschool may not be participating in regular physical activity. This article describes a homeschool adapted physical education program for children with disabilities at the University of New Mexico. 


Homeschooling; disabilities; physical education

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