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Title: 脳性麻痺児へのハロヴィック法による水中運動指導の効果の検討 : 自立背浮きができるようになるまでのプロセスを通して
Other Titles: The effect of swimming by Halliwick Method for a girl with cerebral palsy : Through the process of learning to float on her back without any help
Authors: 富澤, 博美
石川, 尚子
茂永, 純子
Tomizawa, Hiromi
Ishikawa, Takako
Shigenaga, Junko
トミザワ, ヒロミ
イシカワ, タカコ
シゲナガ, ジュンコ
社会福祉法人 寿心会(理事)
Keywords: Halliwick Method
cerebral palsy
floating without any help
Issue Date: Mar-2005
Abstract: It is generally believed that floating equipment is absolute necessities for a physically handicapped children to float and swim in water. James McMillan, however, investigated and developed the teaching method of swimming which were aimed at floating or swimming by themselves, and through which anyone can enjoy swimming despite the disabilities. Using this method called Halliwick Method, we taught how to float and swim to a 11-year-old girl with spastic typed cerebral palsy insensibility, who use a wheelchair in daily life, for half and one year (30 times) from July, 2002. In the process of learning to float, some changes were observed in her movement or attitude. Before starting this activity the girl rebelled at water splashing on her face. While she floated on her back with assists she was under extreme tension of her body and showed difficulties in being conditioned to water. In the end of training she learned to float on her back by herself and could float 15 meters riding the flow of water risen by her partner. She also showed some interest in self-floating on her face. It is considered that the changes were related to enjoyable programs which characterize Holliwick Method and one-to-one assistance which can cope with the stages of disabilities.
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