Objectives of adaptive physical education
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Adapted Physical education (APE) is a program which deals with the art and science of developing, implementing, and carefully monitoring an instructional physical education program for learners with disabilities.
The Adaptive physical education program usually refers to programs that school-based, especially for students of the 3-21 years age-group.
The primary aims and objectives of the APE program are –
1. To let the child participate regularly in movements that is age-appropriate to help develop the motor-skills.
2. To develop a healthy level of balance, flexibility, muscular strength, body composition, and cardio-respiratory endurance.
3. To learn new games and their rules and to demonstrate it correctly in the game settings.
4. To learn and demonstrate appropriate social skills during physical activities.
5. To develop motor skills and to learn the benefits of regular physical activity.
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