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NCHPAD - Building Healthy Inclusive Communities

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Week Three: Episodes 7-9


 Episode 7

Exercise for Children with Autism Can Go beyond Fitness

Exercise for children with autism can be the gateway to many possibilities. Coach Dave and Coach Ashley share success stories of the Champions they have worked with.




Episode 8

Autism in Children; Use Exercise to Manage Anxiety

Champion Rachel, a teenager with aspergers, shares and teaches you exercises that can help to manage stress for children with autism.




Episode 9

Teaching Children with Autism to Tie their Shoes

Champion Anthony, who has aspergers, had difficulty tying his shoes as a teenager. Anthony teaches you the fine-motor activity that Coach Dave taught him, that helped him improve.




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