COVID-19 and Physical Activity in Disabled Individuals
COVID-19 and Physical Activity in Disabled Individuals

Pandemic Problems: Implications of COVID-19 on Physical Activity in Individuals with Disabilities

1 CEC 

Presented by Vincenzo G. Nocera, Ph.D., CTRS 


Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) make up approximately one quarter of the U.S. population. Many face barriers that may make participating in physical activity difficult, and the COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated the situation. This webinar outlines many of the barriers individuals with IDD face and equips physical activity professionals with the skills they need to tailor interventions for individuals of varying abilities. 

After participation, the attendee should: 

  1. Be able to define and identify IDD,  
  2. Understand the impact of COVID-19 on physical activity participation in individuals with IDD and  
  3. Utilize strategies to help individuals with IDD engage in physical activity. 

This course includes a prerecorded webinar and a corresponding online quiz. 

All course content will be presented to you electronically upon completion of your purchase. This includes the video file, quiz and certificates (certificates awarded upon successful completion of the quiz). ACSM will not offer refunds, transfers or course credits for courses that aren’t completed prior to their expiration date or for duplicate purchases. This course expires one year after the purchase date. 

ACSM does not allow substitutions, refunds or credits for this course. 

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