Glengarda method: developing gross motor movement skills in children with special needs

This article describes the physical education classes at Glengarda Child and Family Services, a Windsor youth mental health agency with students ranging in age from five to thirteen.The goal is to provide a safe environment with daily corrective developmental and adaptive phyiscial education programs emphasizing movement education activities for children with learning disabilities.
Originally published in OPHEA Journal, Autumn 1997.

Publication Date: 
1997
Sponsor: 
Ontario Physical and Health Education Association (now Ophea)