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Table of Contents
                            INDEX
Introduction
SKIING WITH A DIFFERENCE....TOGETHER
DUTY OF CARE
ROLE OF PLAYERS
	Student
	Parents of Persons with a Disability
	Ski Instructor of persons with a Disability
	Area Management
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Method3 p 1-158.pdf
	GLOSSARY
		
			DAYS OF OLDE
	Equipment and Modifications
		Equipment and Modifications
			Ski Boots
				Adaptations
			Bindings
				Selecting a Binding
				Caution
				Adaptations
			Skis
				Types of Skis
				How to Choose a Ski
				Adaptations
			Poles
				Adaptations
		Outriggers
			Connectors
				Ski Tips
	SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
		Prosthesis
			Walking Leg
			Skiing Leg
			Double Above Knee Amputees
			Double Below Knee Amputees
			Stump Protectors
			Canting
			Platform
	General Safety (Risk Management)
	TEACHING AIDS
		Body Contact Aids
		Aids When Teaching Skiing
			Falling
			Rising (3 Track)
			Rising - Double Person Lift (students with severs disability)
			Rising - an easier method
			ALL STUDENTS SHOULD EXPERIMENT GETTING UP BY THEMSELVES
	ALPINE CLASSIFICATION BY FUNCTION FOR DISABLED SKI INSTRUCTION
		FUNCTION  1- Blind, Skiing with Guide
		FUNCTION  2- Skiing with 2 skis & 2 poles
		FUNCTION  3 - 3 Track - 1 ski and 2 Outriggers
		FUNCTION  4 - 4 Track - 2 ski and 2 Outriggers
		FUNCTION  5 - Arm Disabilities (amputees, paralysis, congenital malfunction)
		FUNCTION   6 - Others
		FUNCTION   7 - Sitskis, Sledges , Biski and Quadski(paraplegics, quadriplegics, weakness of Lower Limbs)
	TEACHING TECHNIQUES
		VISUALLY IMPAIREDFUNCTION 1
			
				Inside"Remember, you are the Student's eyes"
				Outside:
			SKI LESSON:First lesson of Progression
			TEACHING AIDS
			NUMBER POSITIONS
		BELOW THE KNEE AMPUTEESFUNCTION 2
			Skiing with 2 skis and 2 poles
		3 TRACKFUNCTION 3
			
				Three Track
				Adjust Length of Outriggers
				Walking with Standard Outriggers
				Walking with Flip-up Outriggers
				Heeling  and  Stopping
				Climbing Side Step
				3 TRACK (cont'd))FUNCTION  3
				Diagonal Side Step
				
				Progression:
				3 TRACK (cont'd)FUNCTION 3
				Traversing
				Progression:
				3 TRACK (cont'd)FUNCTION 3
				Diagonal Side Slipping
				
				Progression:
				3 TRACK (cont'd)FUNCTION 3
				Uphill Christie
				Fan Progression:
				Progression:
				Parallel  Christie
			Parallel Christie Progression to Medium Radius Christies
			Short Radius Christie
				Use Outriggers for Balance Only
		4 TRACKFUNCTION 4
			VARIATIONS
			On Snow Procedures
			Start  On a Very shallow slope
				Straight Running
				Falling
				Rising
				Fan Progression
				Steering
				Rotation
				4 TRACK (cont'd)FUNCTION 4
		ARM DISABILITIESFUNCTION 5
			
				Arm Amputees
		MENTALLY HANDICAPPEDFUNCTION 6
			
				DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED
				Technique Considerations
			MENTALLY HANDICAPPED (cont'd)FUNCTION 6
				Methodology Considerations
			MENTALLY HANDICAPPED (cont'd)FUNCTION 6
		HEARING IMPAIREDFUNCTION 6
			
				Teaching Aids
				Finger Spelling  -  the language of the DEAF
				HEARING IMPAIREDFUNCTION 6
				Signing
				
				
	Method3 p 52-71.pdf
		SITSKI , SLEDGE, BISKIFUNCTION 7
			TEACHING TECHNIQUE - Sitski
				Preparation for Sitskiing
				Familiarization with Mobility (with the Sitski stationary)
				SITSKI(cont'd)FUNCTION 7
				Falling on a Side/Getting up with Assistance(on level ground)
				Falling on a slope
				Moving on Flat Ground (outrigger ski in down position)
				Sliding Downhill on a Flat Ski - Elementary Form
				SITSKI (cont'd)FUNCTION 7
				Starting on a slope
				Traversing across a slope
				SITSKI (cont'd)Function 7
				Forward Side Slipping (sliding across the slope and downhill)
				Uphill Christie
				Fan Progression
				SITSKI (cont'd)FUNCTION 7
				Parallel Christie Progression to Medium Radius Christies
			Riding Lifts and other devices
				Uphill Towing (T-Bar Training)
		Loading and Unloading Sitskis on Chairlifts
			Chairlift Loading
				SITSKI(cont'd)FUNCTION 7
				
			Chair Lift Unloading
				SITSKI(cont'd)FUNCTION 7
			CHAIRLIFT EVACUATION
				Lift Evacuation Plan
				Evacuation Procedure:
		LOADING AND UNLOADING SIT SKIS ON CHAIRLIFTS
			
				These are requirements for Sitski operation at Mt. Washington, B.C.
			Loading Disabled Skiers in SITSKIS
			Unloading
				SledgeFUNCTION 7
		SLEDGE
			Sledge with a Tether Person
			Teaching Technique - Sledge
			Loading the Student in the Sledge
				SledgeFUNCTION 7
			Tether
				Stop
				Turning the Sledge
				SledgeFUNCTION 7
				Advanced Turns
				Loading on a Chairlift
				SledgeFUNCTION 7
				Sledge Loading on Chairlift
				
				Unloading from the Chairlift
				Unloading from the ChairliftSledgeFUNCTION 7
				Clothing
		DESCRIPTION OF SKI LIFTS
			Vertical Drop
			Maximum Length
			Lifts
				Chairlift
				Rope, Cable or Handle Tow (surface lift)
				T- Bar (surface lift)
				"J"- Bar
				Ski Lift Safety
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		Appendix A : Skiers Responsibility and Safety in Skiing Activities
			Safety in skiing for Persons with a Disability
			Safety in Skiing for Persons with a Disability
				Part I Safety - general notes
				Part II Review of items needed when planning a ski programme
				Ski area
				Rental shop
				Type of lift or uphill conveyance at ski area
				Part III Medical safety precautions
			ALPINE  SAFETY  RULES
			SAFETY  RULES  TEST
			Skier's Responsibility
			The More You Know, the Greater the Enjoyment.
			Using the Ski Lifts
			Enjoy Your Equipment Even More
			Skier's Responsibility Code
		Method1 p 96-158.pdf
			Appendix  B: PRESEASON CONDITIONING
				Introduction
				General Objectives of Fitness Program
				Organization
				Warm  Up
				Typical Warm Up Stretches
				Muscular Strength and Endurance Training
			DESCRIPTION OF DISABILITIES
				AMPUTEES
				ARTHRITIS
				ASTHMA
				AUTISM
				CEREBRAL PALSY / HEAD INJURIES / CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENTS(STROKES)
				CONVULSIVE DISORDER
				DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
				DIABETES
				DOWN SYNDROME
				LEARNING DISABILITIES
				MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY
				SPINAL CORD INJURIES / SPINA BIFIDA
				VISUAL IMPAIRMENT
				Muscular Strength and Endurance
			Appendix C: References
			Appendix D: National and Division Offices
			Appendix E: Skier Evaluation Forms, Registration Forms, Alpine Certification and Certification Course
				
				GUIDELINES for Certification Participant Clinics
                        

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