Adapted PE involves differentiating instruction so the physical activity is as appropriate for the person with a disability as it is for a person without a disability. The emphasis is to facilitate participation of students with disabilities with typically developing peers in age-appropriate activities.
"Very helpful class with information that I can really use in my PE class. Many of my autistic students come to my class with their daily schedules so I was familiar with the concept. However, I had never tried using my own visual supports that would be just for PE activities. I enjoyed learning about the different types of visual supports and am excited about trying them with some of my students. Very helpful instructor also!"
Products designed to catch and hold the attention of the user
Products designed to excite the user with touch and motion stimulation
Products that make noise may help the blind or students with reduced sight to play a game or to help to hold attention
Products that make it easier for those with physical disabilities
Vestibular Stimulation is the input that your body receives when you experience movement or gravity and is the process of sending specific electric messages to a nerve in the ear that maintains balance.