Year 2019, Volume 3 , Issue 1, Pages 46 - 57 2019-08-22

Engelliler İçin Rekreasyon Aktiviteleri: Okul Çağı Çocukları ve Adölesanlar
Recreational Activities for with Disability: School-Aged Children and Adolescents

Pervin TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ [1]


Yaşamları boyunca engelliler için uygun fırsatlar geliştirmeye ihtiyaç vardır. Engellilerin kaliteli fiziksel aktiviteye ve spor olanaklarına erişiminin sağlanması, engelli olmayan akranlarıyla eşit şekilde ele alınmalıdır. Bu çalışmanın amacı engelli çocuklara ve adölesanlara rekreasyonel fiziksel aktivite, fiziksel aktivite sıklığı, fiziksel aktivitenin yararlarını ve fiziksel aktivite için önerileri olan daha aktif insanlar oluşturmak için rekreasyonel fiziksel aktiviteye katılımını incelemektir. Yayınlanan literatürler yüksek düzeyde gözden geçirilmiştir. İnsan katılımcılarüzerine odaklanan tüm ilgili çalışmaları bulmak için Web of Science, Medline, PubMed ve SPORTDiscus, Beden Eğitimi İndeksi ile ilgili sistematik bir araştırma yapılmıştır. Arama terimleri “Rekreasyon Faaliyetleri”, “Engelli Çocuklar”, “Fiziksel Aktivitenin Yaygınlığı” ve “Rekreasyonel Fiziksel Aktivitenin Yararları” nı içermiştir. Fiziksel aktivitenin yararları, engelli olanlar dahil, tüm çocuklar için evrenseldir. Engelli çocukların spor ve rekreasyonel etkinliklere katılımı dahil edilmeyi teşvik eder, koşullandırmayı en aza indirir, fiziksel işlevi optimize eder ve genel refahı arttırır. Bu faydalara rağmen, engelli çocuklar katılımda daha sınırlıdır, uygunluk seviyelerine sahip değildir ve engelli olmayanlara göre daha yüksek obezite seviyelerine sahiptir. Sporun ve fiziksel aktivitenin önemi, ulusal, bölgesel ve yerel düzeyde stratejik eylemle vurgulanmalıdır. Sosyal taahhüt ve çeşitlilik toplum için faydalarının takdir edilmesi, açık ulusal politika çerçevesinde koordineli stratejik planlama ile teşvik edilmekte ve desteklenmektedir. Engelli çocuklarda fiziksel aktivitenin arttırılması çok karmaşıktır ve daha fazla gelişme ve araştırma gerektirir.

There is a need to develop appropriate opportunities for people with disabilities throughout their life course. The provision of access for people with disabilities to quality physical activity and sporting opportunities must be addressed on an equal basis with those of their non-disabled peers. The aim of this study was to disabled children and Adolescents recreational physical activity, frequency of physical activity, examine the benefits of physical activity and the participation in recreational physical activity to create more active people with recommendations for physical activity. A high level overview of the reviews of published literature. A systematic search of Web of Science, Medline, PubMed, and SPORTDiscus, Physical Education Index was employed to find all relevant studies focusing on human participants. Search terms included “Recreational Activities ”, “Children with Disabilities ”, " Prevalence of Physical Activity "and “Benefits of Recreational Physical Activity ”. The benefits of physical activity are universal for all children, including those with disabilities. Participation of children with disabilities in sports and recreational activities encourages inclusion, minimizes conditioning, optimizes physical function and improves overall well-being. Despite these benefits, children with disabilities are more limited in attendance, have lower fitness levels, and have higher levels of obesity than those without disabilities. The importance of sport and physical activity must be underlined by strategic action at national, regional and local level. Social commitment and an appreciation of the benefits to society of diversity is promoted and fuelled by clear national policy and frameworks and co-ordinated strategic planning. Increasing physical activity in children with disabilities is very complex and demands further development and research.

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Primary Language en
Subjects Sport Sciences
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-3745-8440
Author: Pervin TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ (Primary Author)
Institution: Erdemli Department of Tourism Animation, Mersin University, Turkey
Country: Turkey


Dates

Application Date : February 27, 2019
Acceptance Date : July 17, 2019
Publication Date : August 22, 2019

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APA Toptaş Demi̇rci̇, P . (2019). Recreational Activities for with Disability: School-Aged Children and Adolescents . International Journal of Recreation and Sports Science , 3 (1) , 46-57 . DOI: 10.46463/ijrss.533037
MLA Toptaş Demi̇rci̇, P . "Recreational Activities for with Disability: School-Aged Children and Adolescents" . International Journal of Recreation and Sports Science 3 (2019 ): 46-57 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ijrss/issue/46673/533037>
Chicago Toptaş Demi̇rci̇, P . "Recreational Activities for with Disability: School-Aged Children and Adolescents". International Journal of Recreation and Sports Science 3 (2019 ): 46-57
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AMA Toptaş Demi̇rci̇ P . Recreational Activities for with Disability: School-Aged Children and Adolescents. INTJORASS. 2019; 3(1): 46-57.
Vancouver Toptaş Demi̇rci̇ P . Recreational Activities for with Disability: School-Aged Children and Adolescents. International Journal of Recreation and Sports Science. 2019; 3(1): 46-57.