Recommending Physical Activity for People with Intellectual Disabilities : The Relevance of Public Health Guidelines, Physical Activity Behaviour and Type of Contact

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Kreinbucher-Bekerle, Christoph
Ruf, Wolfgang
Bartholomeyczik, Astrid
Kiselev, Nikolai
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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health ; 20 (2023), 8. - 5544. - MDPI. - ISSN 1661-7827. - eISSN 1660-4601
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People with an intellectual disability (ID) often exhibit more sedentary behaviour and are less physically active than the general population. While previous public health guidelines on physical activity (PA) did not specifically address the needs of people with an ID, the recent updates now include this population, with recommendations similar to those for the general population. However, it is unclear whether the information about these guidelines has reached the broader public and what factors may influence their implementation. To investigate these issues, an online survey was conducted in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, which examined the (a) PA recommendation for people with an ID, (b) awareness of current guidelines, (c) participants’ own PA behaviour (IPAQ-SF) and (d) specific contact with people with an ID. Participants (n = 585) recommended similar levels of PA for people with an ID as for the general population, but knowledge of the guidelines did not affect their recommendation. However, participants’ own PA behaviour and context-specific contact (e.g., in family or at work) were associated with the recommended PA levels. Therefore, promoting the relevance of PA and fostering contact with people with an ID might be suitable ways to increase PA in people with an ID.
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150 Psychologie
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disability,exercise,inclusion,physical activity,recommendation,sports
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ISO 690KREINBUCHER-BEKERLE, Christoph, Wolfgang RUF, Astrid BARTHOLOMEYCZIK, Frank WIEBER, Nikolai KISELEV, 2023. Recommending Physical Activity for People with Intellectual Disabilities : The Relevance of Public Health Guidelines, Physical Activity Behaviour and Type of Contact. In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. MDPI. 20(8), 5544. ISSN 1661-7827. eISSN 1660-4601. Available under: doi: 10.3390/ijerph20085544
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@article{KreinbucherBekerle2023Recom-66902,
  year={2023},
  doi={10.3390/ijerph20085544},
  title={Recommending Physical Activity for People with Intellectual Disabilities : The Relevance of Public Health Guidelines, Physical Activity Behaviour and Type of Contact},
  number={8},
  volume={20},
  issn={1661-7827},
  journal={International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health},
  author={Kreinbucher-Bekerle, Christoph and Ruf, Wolfgang and Bartholomeyczik, Astrid and Wieber, Frank and Kiselev, Nikolai},
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