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... is just fun activities for enrichment). Every person must have an assessment and diagnosis and a letter of approval from a certified physician before engaging in any activity that requires physical exertion, this is imperative to ensure every participants safety and that they can or indeed are capable to participate in the activity. Furthermore, all activities must be undertaken with appropriate supervision and safety requirements in place. No activities in this book can substitute the needs for safety protocol, for a particular setting, and there is an absolute requirement to follow the state and federal regulations pertaining to safety. Before trying any of these exercises discuss it with your medical doctor and only perform or try it under medical super vision, when your docter and medical team is willing to take full responsibility for you, and your actions.
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