Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly
APAQ is the major peer-reviewed-research journal in adapted physical activity. APAQ provides the latest scholarly inquiry related to physical activity for individuals with disabilities. It is also viewed as one of the major journals in the rehabilitation area. The journal is multidisciplinary and not confined to the use of particular methodologies. In fact, it encourages diversity of topics and approaches. APAQ is the journal of the International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity. Regular features include case studies; techniques for adapting equipment, facilities, methodology, and clinical settings; editorial commentary; article abstracts; and book reviews. Disciplines from which scholarship may originate include, but are not limited to, corrective therapy, gerontology, health care, occupational therapy, pediatrics, physical education, dance, sport medicine, physical therapy, recreation, and rehabilitation. APAQ encourages the submission of manuscripts addressing salient issues in adapted physical activity.