How one school gets students with disabilities moving

09/10/2013 | Deseret News (Salt Lake City), The

It can be challenging for individuals with disabilities to get the exercise they need as part of a healthy lifestyle. At Jordan Valley School in Midvale, Utah, educators have built exercise into students' daily schedules. Students use adaptive equipment and take part in modified activities, such as adaptive bowling, as part of the school's mission to help students become more self-reliant, adaptive P.E. teacher Jinger Beck said.

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