Swimming offers people with a disability the freedom to move. It is an excellent form of exercise and sport for people with disabilities.
But where do you start?
Swimming Against the Current is a one of a kind publication. It aims to provide the necessary tools for swimming teachers and coaches to gain a better understanding, knowledge and confidence when working with the disabled. After reading the book, you may have more specific ideas on how to teach people with disabilities to swim or coach swimmers with disabilities
to improve their skills and performances.
It is a practical guide which covers a wide range of disabilities. It will greatly assist anyone involved in disability swimming or adaptive aquatic programs, and those swimmers competing and those aspiring for competitions such as the Paralympic Games, Special Olympics, Deaflympics and Transplant Games.
This book is useful for: