SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Bradbury B, Norris K, Abello D. (2001) Socio-economic Disadvantage and the Prevalence of Disability. Victoria, NSW Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales.
  • Brown M, Gordon WA. (1987) Impact of impairment on activity patterns of children. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 68: 828832.
  • Caldwell LL, Gilbert AA. (1990) Leisure, health, and disability: a review and discussion. Can J Commun Ment Health 9:111122.
  • Canadian Institute of Child Health. (1994) The Health of Canada's Children: A CICH Profile. Ottawa : Canadian Institute of Child Health.
  • Damiano DL, Dodd K, Taylor NF. (2002) Should we be testing and training muscle strength in cerebral palsy Dev Med Child Neurol 44:6872.
  • Forsyth R, Jarvis S. (2002) Participation in childhood. Child Care Health Dev 28: 277279.
  • Garton AF, Pratt C. (1991) Leisure activities of adolescent school students: predictors of participation and interest. J Adolesc 14:305321.
  • Henry AD. (1998) Development of a measure of adolescent leisure interests. Am J Occup Ther 52: 531539.
  • Hewett S, Newson J, Newson E. (1970) Family and Handicapped Child: Study of Cerebral Palsied Children in their Homes. Chicago : Aldine Publishing.
  • Kalscheur JA. (1992) Benefits of the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 for children and adolescents with disabilities. Am J Occup Ther 46: 419426.
  • King G, Law M, King S, Hurley P, Hanna S, Kertoy M, Rosenbaum P, Young N. (2004) Children's Assessment of Participation and Enjoyment (CAPE) and Preferences for Activities of Children (PAC). San Antonio , TX : Harcourt Assessment, Inc.
  • Larson RW, Verma S. (1999) How children and adolescents spend time across the world: work, play, and developmental opportunities. Psychol Bull 125: 701736.
  • Longmuir PE, Bar-Or O. (2000) Factors influencing the physical activity levels of youths with physical and sensory disabilities. Adapt Phys Act Qtly 17: 4053.
  • Lyons RF. (1993) Meaningful activity and disability: capitalizing upon the potential of outreach recreation networks in Canada. Can J Rehabil 6: 256265.
  • Mactavish J, Schleien S, Tabourne C. (1997) Patterns of family recreation in families that include children with developmental disability. J Leisure Res 29: 2146.
  • Mahoney JL, Larson RW, Eccles JS. (2005) Organized Activities as Contexts of Development: Extracurricular Activities, After-school, and Community Programs. Mahwah , NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • McDougall J, King G, DeWit D, Hong S, Miller L, Offord D, LaPorta J, Meyer K. (2003) Chronic physical health conditions and disability among Canadian school-aged children: a national profile. Disabil Rehabil 26: 3545.
  • Newacheck PW, Halfon N. (1998) Prevalence and impact of disabling chronic conditions in childhood. Am J Public Health 88: 610617.
  • Offord D, Lipman E, Duku E. (1998) Which Children Don't Participate in Sports, the Arts and Community Programs? Ottawa : Human Resources Development Canada.
  • Sillanpaa M. (1987) Social adjustment and functioning of chronically ill and impaired children and adolescents. Acta Paediatr Scand Suppl 340:170.
  • Simeonsson RJ, Carlson D, Huntington GS, McMillen JS, Brent JL. (2001) Students with disabilities: a national survey of participation in school activities. Disabil Rehabil 23: 4963.
  • Sloper P, Turner S, Knussen C, Cunningham C. (1990) Social life of school children with Down's syndrome. Child Care Health Dev 16: 235251.
  • Statistics Canada. (2002) A Profile of Disability in Canada, 2001. Ottawa : Statistics Canada.
  • Stevenson CJ, Pharoah PO, Stevenson R. (1997) Cerebral palsy - the transition from youth to adulthood. Dev Med Child Neurol 39:336342.
  • Werner EE. (1989) Children of the Garden Island. Sci Am 260:106111.
  • World Health Organization. (2001) International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. Geneva : World Health Organization.