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Adaptive Aquatics program helps children develop their motor skills

Students, volunteers and children end the first day of the Adaptive Aquatics program with a cheer.

Manny D. Araujo

September 24, 2014

When we first learned to walk, run and throw, we were going through different stages of motor development. People learn and develop those skills in a particular order. For most children, these developmental processes are intuitive. For example, when you learn to throw a ball you start by moving your ar...

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