blind from birth and the benefits obtained through the physical activity and sports. Starting from the observation of subjects with stereotypies, engaging in physical activities, it was found their reduction or even disappearance. The importance of time of onset of visual impairment and the possible correlation that the subject could develop stereotypical behaviors. The use of physical activity is desirable since pre-school age, directing it not only for the reduction of stereotypes, but also as a learning tool and social inclusion for all. It is evaluated also the influence of the adaptation of blind subjects for changing motor control and learning.

EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SPORTS IN THE REDUCTION OF STEREOTYPY IN BLIND SUBJECTS

RAIOLA, GAETANO;GOMEZ PALOMA, FILIPPO
2015

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blind from birth and the benefits obtained through the physical activity and sports. Starting from the observation of subjects with stereotypies, engaging in physical activities, it was found their reduction or even disappearance. The importance of time of onset of visual impairment and the possible correlation that the subject could develop stereotypical behaviors. The use of physical activity is desirable since pre-school age, directing it not only for the reduction of stereotypes, but also as a learning tool and social inclusion for all. It is evaluated also the influence of the adaptation of blind subjects for changing motor control and learning.
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