To be active through indoor-climbing: an exploratory feasibility study in a group of children with cerebral palsy and typically developing children

@inproceedings{Christensen2017ToBA,
  title={To be active through indoor-climbing: an exploratory feasibility study in a group of children with cerebral palsy and typically developing children},
  author={Mark Schram Christensen and Thor Jensen and Camilla B. Voigt and Jens Bo Nielsen and Jakob Lorentzen},
  booktitle={BMC neurology},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Cerebral Palsy (CP) is the most common cause of motor disabilities in children and young adults and it is also often associated with cognitive and physiological challenges. Climbing requires a multifaceted repertoire of movements, participants at all levels of expertise may be challenged functionally and cognitively, making climbing of great potential interest in (re)habilitation settings. However, until now only few research projects have investigated the feasibility of climbing as… CONTINUE READING
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