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Making A Splash: Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Aquatic Venues

This article by Susan Ostby and Jennifer Skulski addresses the topic of including people with disabilities in aquatic venues. This article addresses the benefits of swimming for all people and how to make swimming areas follow Accessibility Guidelines thus making them accessible to individuals with various forms of disabilities.

Ostby, S & Skulski, J

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