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Developing Recreation Skills in Persons with Learning Disabilities has excerpts of an article by Lorraine C. Peniston, foreword by Regina Cicci, Ph.D. and discusses the case how persons with learning disabilities can benefit from recreational activities.
This guide is by the researchers at the Frostig Center in Pasadena, California and presented by LDonline. The guide is the result of 20 years of research of the lives of children and adults with learning disability and identifying factors that can lead to success.
Developing Recreation Skills in Persons with Learning Disabilities - is an article by Lorraine C. Peniston about how learning disabilities can affect how people are able to play games and sports, the benefits of recreation participation and what recreation programs can do to accommodate people with disabilities.