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Access Denied: The Shortage of Digitized Fitness Resources for People With Disabilities

Stratton, C., Kadakia, S., Balikuddembe, J. K., Peterson, M., Hajjioui, A., Cooper, R., Hong, B., Pandiyan, U., Munoz, Velasco, L.P., Joseph, J., Krassioukov, A., Tripathi, D.R., Tuakll-Wosornu, Y.A.

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The study examines the gap in accessibility to digital fitness resources, and re-frames the notion of accessibility to suit the contemporary context. The authors suggest the construction of a comprehensive, indexed digital library of home-based physical activity video content, tailored to various disabilities and skill levels, and committed to contemporary notions of accessibility. Current resources are hard to find and not always free.

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Improve Data Infrastructure

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People With Disabilities

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