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Contact Theory
Assumes positive attitudes result from interaction that are frequent, pleasant, and meaningful
Implies social acceptance because actions are voluntary
Normalization
The process of establishing or maintaining the most culturally normative behaviours
Integration
The physical involvement of people with and without disabilities in recreational and leisure settings
Inclusion
Implies learning experiences are available to everyone
Mainstreaming
Placement of students in regular classes with their non disabled peers to the maximum extent possible
Adapted Physical Educator
Trained specialist responsible for evaluating, designing, and implementing physical education programmes for disabled children
Adapted Physical Education
Education involving modifications or adjustments to traditional physical education activities to enable disabled children to participate safely according to their functional abilities
Equal Status relationships
Reciprocal, bidirectional interactions between people with and without disabilities
Handicap
A condition produced by societal, personal, and environmental factors
Disability
A loss or reduction of functional ability or activity