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She’s a Lady; He’s an Athlete; They have overcome: Portrayals of Gender and Disability in the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.
Adapted Physical Educators’ Views Toward Educational Research.
Participatory research: Improving adapted physical activity outcomes by including key stakeholders.
Common modifications for youth on the autism spectrum during motor and physical fitness assessment.
Lifetime physical activity experiences of autistic adults: A grounded theory study.
Smart technologies for inclusive living aging with autism spectrum disorder (STILAS).
A new grounded theory of physical activity participation in autistic adults: Preliminary findings.
Experiences participating in community physical activity by families who have an autistic child: Findings and recommendations.
“Unless you deal with the sensory stuff, nothing else matters”: Autistic adult’s experiences with physical activity and recommendation for better inclusion.
What autistic adults say about their physical activity experiences and why we should listen.
Measurement of physical activity of young adults on the autism spectrum.
A mixed methods analysis of a fundamental motor skill intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder.
“Nothing about us, without us": A building session for using participatory design frameworks in adapted physical activity research.
Examining physical activity in children on the autism spectrum from service provider’s perspective.
A fundamental motor skill intervention using a dynamic systems approach.
Improving motor performance in children with ASD using task modifications.
Importance of gross motor skill programming for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder and strategies to be effective.
Task modifications to improve motor performance in children with ASD: A pilot study using a dynamic systems approach.
Facilitators and barriers to physical activity in the community in families with children who have autism spectrum disorder.
Task modifications to improve motor performance in children with ASD.
Designing Purposeful Task Modification to Improve the Success of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in P.E.
When we assess, do they understand? A pilot study to make assessments more accessible for children with ASD
Parent perceptions of the physical ability of children with ASD: An excerpt from a mixed methods dissertation of a FMS intervention
The effect of task modifications on fundamental motor skills of children with ASD: Preliminary results of a pilot study.
Practical strategies to successfully assess children with autism spectrum disorder.
Developing modifications for assessment in children with ASD: Preliminary Results.
The roll of dynamic systems theory in motor development research: How does theory inform practice and what are the implications for autism spectrum disorder?
Making task constraints work for you: Teaching motor skills to children with autism spectrum disorder.
Utilizing a dynamic systems approach to building functional motor skills in children with ASD.
Building a protocol for utilizing the TGMD-3 with children with autism spectrum disorder: Preliminary results.
Evaluating fidelity in online professional development for physical educators.
Utilizing evidence-based practices to teach motor skills to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Effect of gender and disability on gross motor performance in kindergarten children
Preservice adapted physical education teacher challenges when teaching motor skills to children with autism spectrum disorder.
Developing a protocol for use of the Test of Gross Motor Development, TGMD-2, with children with autism spectrum disorder.
Comparison of fitness performance between children with and without ADHD.
Comparing selected international K-12 physical education programs.
Evidence-based autism intervention strategies and their potential to develop motor skills.
Theory to Practice: inclusive practices for physical education teachers