The First Global Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Guidelines for People Living With Disability
This guideline presents 10 areas for advancing inclusive practice in physical activity and sedentary behavior for people living with disability.
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Date: January 3, 2021
Content Type: CPG
Depression, Mental Health, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson Disease, Spinal Conditions, Stroke, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Intellectual Disabilities
Preschool Child (2-5), Child (6-12), Young Adult (19-24), Adolescent (13-18), Adult (25-44), Middle Aged (45-64), Aged (65+), 80 and over (80+)
Carty C, van der Ploeg HP, Biddle SJH, Bull F, Willumsen J, Lee L, Kamenov K, Milton K
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