Academic Sources

Rimmer, J. H. (2005). The conspicuous absence of people with disabilities in public fitness and recreation facilities: lack of interest or lack of access?.American Journal of Health Promotion, 19(5), 327-329. 

Bedini, L. A. (2000). “Just Sit Down So We Can Talk:” Perceived Stigma and Community Recreation Pursuits of People with Disabilities. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 34(1), 55-68. 

Schleien, S. J., Germ, P. A., & McAvoy, L. H. (1996). Inclusive community leisure services: Recommended professional practices and barriers encountered. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 30, 260-273.  

Case Study: Schleien, S., & Werder, J. (1985). Perceived responsibilities of special recreation services in Minnesota. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 19(3), 51-62. 

Bedini, L. A. (1993). Transition and integration in leisure for people with disabilities. Parks and Recreation, 28(11), 20-24. 


Popular Sources

Holiday Push for Fundraising All Abilities Park – The Spectrum

Orem Selects Design for Specialty Park – Herald Extra

Ramsey County working to make park facilities more accessible to those with disabilities – Minneapolis Post

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