CD-Rom with project results
The CD-Rom contains the most important products developed in the project “Adapted Physical Activity – theory and practice” carried out as a part of the Inter-Institutional Cooperation action in the years 2014-2015 by the Faculty of Rehabilitation at the Józef Piłsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw (AWF Warsaw) and the School of Education at the University of Iceland (UI). There are three folders on CD and their content is as follows:
- the WST Folder contains:
- Cover Letter (intro_WST_en.pdf) explaining the concept of translating Wheelchair Skill Test (WST), which is one of the main tool of Wheelchair Skills Program (WSP) developed at Dalhousie University..
- Translation of the General Introduction to the Wheelchair Skills Program (general_intro_WSP_pl.pdf) explaining the main assumptions of the Program.
- Translation of Wheelchair Skill Test (WST-PL_manual_version_4_2_3.pdf).
In this folder you can also find original files in English.
- the IPAQ-WU Folder contains:
- Cover Letter (intro_IPAQ-WU_en.pdf) explaining the concept of adapting the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) for wheelchair users.
- Draft of the adapted questionnaire in Polish (IPAQ-WU_pl.pdf), English (IPAQ-WU_en.pdf) and Icelandic (IPAQ-WU_is.pdf).
- the Book of Abstracts Folder contains::
- Cover Letter (intro_Book_of_Abstracts_en.pdf) explaining assumptions of organizing 4th International Conference of Prof. Andrzej Seyfried’s Physiotherapy Ideas ‘Adapted Physical Activity in Rehabilitation and Education’, which took place from 24 to 25 October 2014 at the Jozef Pilsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw..
- Electronic version of the Book of Abstracts from 4th International Conference of Prof. Andrzej Seyfried’s Physiotherapy Ideas ‘Adapted Physical Activity in Rehabilitation and Education’ (Supplement_PR_no_9_2014.pdf).
This CD-Rom with electronic version of the results is distributed by Project Office. After project termination in December 2015 the CD-ROM will be avaliable by Polish Scientific Association of Adapted Physical Activity (PTN-AAF).