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NCHPAD - Building Healthy Inclusive Communities

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Week Six: Episodes 16-18


 Episode 16

Autism in Children; Exercises to help Calm the Body

Champion Rachel shares how the Stability Ball can help to calm the body, or any anxiety, for individuals with autism spectrum disorders. She compares the activities to using a squeeze machine!




Episode 17

Improving Muscle Tone in Children with Autism

Dumbbell activities can be a great way to improve muscle tone for children with autism. Champion Roan, will show you how he improved his tone.




Episode 18

Teaching Yoga to Children with Autism

Yoga can be a great start to build the fitness levels of children with autism. Here, Coach Dave shares Roan’s routine.




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