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KIN 313 Week 2

by: Ixchel Buelna

KIN 313 Week 2 KIN 313

Ixchel Buelna
California State University, Northridge
GPA 3.16

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Learning how to take SOAP notes for clients taking part in aquatic exercise
Adapted and Therapeutic Aquatic Exercise
Mai Jara
Class Notes
Kinesiology, aquatic
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ixchel Buelna on Monday September 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to KIN 313 at California State University, Northridge taught by Mai Jara in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see Adapted and Therapeutic Aquatic Exercise in Kinesiology at California State University, Northridge.

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Date Created: 09/12/16
KIN 313 - WEEK 2 SOAP Notes  13 notes o Combine M/W notes into one  Check format with lab super visor  Subjective o What you hear from your client  Objective o What you observe from your client during session  Assessment o Your conclusion based on subjective and objective info  Plan o Your plan for next week Disability Fact Sheet (submit on Moodle)  Incidence (out of how many, male vs. female) VS. Prevalence (total #) APA (adapted physical activity)  APE (adapted physical education o Early child intervention o K-12  ATE (adapted therapeutic exercise) o Aquatic o Land o Designed to achieve or restore optimal motor function for individuals with IFD o Adapted=modified=accommodating o Goals  To improve and maintain optimal status of FMS and Independence of ADL  To prevent dysfunction and 2nd complications o 5 components of exercise  ROM & flexibility  Muscular strength & endurance  Cardiovascular endurance  Resist fatigue  Balance & proprioception  Static and dynamic balance  ABC's (agility, balance, coordination)  Functional motor skills (FMS)  Gross: posture and gait  Fine: dexterity  Adapted Sports  Recreational Therapy


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