Publicações



Conceito Halliwick inclusão e participação através das atividades aquáticas funcionais - (Mauricio Koprowski Garcia, Edenilson Cordeiro Joares, Marcelo Alves Silva, Renato Rocha Bissolotti, Suzana Oliveira, Linamara Rizzo Battistella)


Aquatic Exercise Programs for Children and Adolecents with Cerebral Palsy - (J. W. Gorter, S. J. Currie)



Effects of a movement and swimming program on vital capacity and water orientation skills of children with cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. - (Hutzler Y., Chacham A., Bergman U., Szeinberg A.)


Promotion of Physical Fitness and Prevention of Secondary Conditions for Children With Cerebral Palsy: Section on Pediatrics Research Summit Proceedings. - (Eileen G. Fowler EG., Kolobe THA., Damiano DL et al.)

Effects of Aquatic Aerobic Exercise for a Child with Cerebral Palsy: Single-Subject Design. - (Retarekar, Runzun PT, MS; Fragala-Pinkham, Maria A. PT, MS; Townsend, Elise L.)

An aquatic physical therapy program at a pediatric rehabilitation hospital: a case series - (MA Fragala-Pinkham, HM Dumas)

The effect of aquatic therapy on functional mobility of infants and toddlers in early intervention - (BM McManus, M Kotelchuck)

MacKinnon K. (1997) An evaluation of the benefits of Halliwick swimming on a child with a mild spastic diplegia. APCP Journal, December: 30-39.

Martin, J. (1981). The Halliwick Method.
Physiotherapy,
67(10), 288-291.

Noh DG, Lim JY, Shin HI, Paik NJ. 2008. The effect of aquatic therapy on postural balance and muscular strength in stroke survivors - a randomized controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation 22: 966-976.

Pan, C.Y. (2010). Effects of water exercise swimming program on aquatic skills and social behaviors in children with autism spectrum disorders. Autism, 14(1), 9–28.

Sršen, K. G., Vidmar, G., Pikl, M., Vrecar, I., Burja, C., & Krušec, K. (2012). Content validity and inter-rater reliability of the Halliwick-concept-based instrument ‘Swimming with Independent Measure’.
International Journal of Rehabilitation Research,
35(2), 116-123.

Tirosh, R., Katz-Leurer, M., & Getz, M. D. (2008). Halliwick-based aquatic assessments: Reliability and validity.
International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education,
2(3), 224-236.

Tripp, F., & Krakow, K. (2014). Effects of an aquatic therapy approach (Halliwick-Therapy) on functional mobility in subacute stroke patients: a randomized controlled trial.
Clinical rehabilitation,
28(5), 432-439.

Vivas, J., Arias, P., & Cudeiro, J. (2011). Aquatic therapy versus conventional land-based therapy for Parkinson's disease: an open-label pilot study. Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 92(8), 1202-1210.

Yılmaz, I., Konukman, F., Birkan, B., Ozen, A., Yanardagù, M., & Camursoy, I. (2010). Effects of constant time delay procedure on the Halliwick’s method of swimming rotation skills for children with autism.
Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities,
45, 124-135.

Yilmaz, I., Konukman, F., Birkan, B., & Yanardağ, M. (2010). Effects of most to least prompting on teaching simple progression swimming skill for children with autism. Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 45(3), 440–448.

Yilmaz, I., Yanardağ, M., Birkan, B., & Bumin, G. (2004). Effects of swimming training on physical fitness and water orientation in autism. [Case Reports]. Pediatrics International, 46(5), 624–626.