This research sought to examine the relationship between participation in adapted water sports events and QoL. Additionally it sought to analyze the feasibility of the data collection methods from participants involved in adaptive water sport activities. In general, QoL remained the same after AWSP participation and participant surveys did not produce statistically significant information. The analysis of feasibility data collected indicated a need for better recruitment strategies, survey design, and timing of survey distribution.
Cosbey, Joanna; Jason Jackson; and William Meyer. "Influence of Adaptive Water Sports Programs on Quality of Life Perceptions for People with Disabilities: A Feasibility Study." (2015). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/ot/4