A Conceptual Model of the Factors Affecting the Recreation and Leisure Participation of Children with Disabilities

@article{King2003ACM,
  title={A Conceptual Model of the Factors Affecting the Recreation and Leisure Participation of Children with Disabilities},
  author={G. King and Mary Lawm and S. King and P. Rosenbaum and M. Kertoy and N. Young},
  journal={Physical \& Occupational Therapy In Pediatrics},
  year={2003},
  volume={23},
  pages={63 - 90}
}
Participation in everyday activities is considered to be a vital part of children's development, which is related to their quality of life and future life outcomes. Research studies indicate that children with disabilities are at risk for lower participation in ordinary activities at home and in the community. This article presents a conceptual model of 11 environmental, family, and child factors that are thought to influence children's participation in recreation and leisure activities. The… Expand
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