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Webcast on Aimfree: Consumer version
Abstract: Webcast addresses consumers and provides information on how the AIMFREE (Accessibility Instruments Measuring Fitness and Recreation Environments) instrument can be used to create barrier-free fitness facilities for individuals with a disability. AIMFREE is a set of sixteen simple survey instruments that integrates the U.S. Access Board’s guidelines with six other factors (the facilities equipment, information, programs, policies, professional behavior, and professional support and training) to help determine and improve the accessibility of fitness facilities and programs. Along with identifying barriers, AIMFREE can determine potential solutions, and offer technical assistance. Accompanying information packet is available under accession number O18910. Run time: 4 minutes 40 seconds.
Descriptor Terms: ACCESSIBILITY, ADA, ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS, AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS, BARRIERS, COMMUNITY INTEGRATION, CONSUMERS, EVALUATION, EXERCISE, FACILITIES, HEALTH PROMOTION, INFORMATION RESOURCES, MEASUREMENTS, MOBILITY IMPAIRMENTS, PHYSICAL FITNESS, RECREATION, SURVEYS.
NARIC Accession Number: O19001. What's this?
Project Number: H133A080050.
Publisher(s): Center on Knowledge Translation for Technology Transfer (KT4TT), University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Center for Assistive Technology, 100 Sylvan Parkway, Suite 400, Amherst, NY, 14228; 716/204-8606.
Publication Year: 2012.