2023
DOI: 10.1123/apaq.2022-0057
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Adapted Physical Activity Policies for Children and Adolescents in Brazil: Extension of the Para Report Card Brazil

Abstract: Brazil is a country member of the Para Report Card, and Brazilian researchers have frequently published information on physical activity of children and adolescents. The current study aimed to analyze the policies for the promotion of adapted physical activity to Brazilian children and adolescents with disabilities. Official government information on adapted physical activity was analyzed from the official websites. Policies were analyzed based on the Para Report Card benchmarks, and after that we used the pri… Show more

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“…Local teams that participated in the Para Report Cards within this special issue were asked to include interpretations related to their report cards' grades, and it was recommended to use a SWOT analysis framework. Specifically, submitted manuscripts from Brazil (Silva & da Silva, 2022), Canada (Arbour-Nicitopoulos et al, 2022), Finland (Asunta et al, 2022), France (Aubert, Verdot, et al, 2022), Hong Kong (Sit, Huang, et al, 2022), Ireland (Ng, Healy, et al, 2022), Israel (Hutzler et al, 2022), Lithuania (Pozeriene et al, in press), South Korea (Lee et al, 2022), Spain (Lo ´pez-Gil et al, in press), and the United States (Stanish et al, 2023) were collated for this synthesis. Documents submitted at the time of auditor review were used for Chile, Philippines (Kang et al, 2022), and Poland.…”
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“…Local teams that participated in the Para Report Cards within this special issue were asked to include interpretations related to their report cards' grades, and it was recommended to use a SWOT analysis framework. Specifically, submitted manuscripts from Brazil (Silva & da Silva, 2022), Canada (Arbour-Nicitopoulos et al, 2022), Finland (Asunta et al, 2022), France (Aubert, Verdot, et al, 2022), Hong Kong (Sit, Huang, et al, 2022), Ireland (Ng, Healy, et al, 2022), Israel (Hutzler et al, 2022), Lithuania (Pozeriene et al, in press), South Korea (Lee et al, 2022), Spain (Lo ´pez-Gil et al, in press), and the United States (Stanish et al, 2023) were collated for this synthesis. Documents submitted at the time of auditor review were used for Chile, Philippines (Kang et al, 2022), and Poland.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The reference to participation in community sports programs depicted different perspectives across (Ahead of Print) countries or jurisdictions. For example, the Brazilian team acknowledged the "absence of at least one program/action with main focus on promoting adapted physical activity" (Silva & da Silva, 2022). In contrast, Hong Kong reported "increasing numbers of innovative and evidence-based PA interventions in the community" (Sit, Aubert, et al, 2022;Sit, Huang, et al, 2022).…”
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