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  • Is there any data on the safety of using trampolines in therapy. I see lots of significant injuries from trampoline use, and it seems counterintuitive to use them in thearpy for kids?

    Trampolining as a low-impact form of aerobics exercise not only helps to lift mood but also supports total fitness, according to Albert E. Carter in his 2006 book, "Rebound Exercise." According to the Mayo Clinic, moderate aerobic exercise decreases health risks, helps keep extra weight off, strengthens your cardiovascular system and boosts mood. Besides its cardiovascular health benefits, rebounding promotes weight loss and metabolism, as well as muscle and bone strength, says Carter. Trampoline therapy is more beneficial than jogging, says Brotherton.

  • Trampolining as a low-impact form of aerobics exercise not only helps to lift mood but also supports total fitness, according to Albert E. Carter in his 2006 book, "Rebound Exercise." According to the Mayo Clinic, moderate aerobic exercise decreases health risks, helps keep extra weight off, strengthens your cardiovascular system and boosts mood. Besides its cardiovascular health benefits, rebounding promotes weight loss and metabolism, as well as muscle and bone strength, says Carter. Trampoline therapy is more beneficial than jogging, says Brotherton.

    Some trampoline and gymnastics organizations have teamed up with schools and other organizations to work with special needs children to help them gain skills, such as self-confidence, balance and coordination. For example, ArtSports World of Colorado Springs, Colorado, has partnered with The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind to give kids trampolining opportunities. Several other organizations work with ArtSports World to help children between 9 months and 12 years with disabilities such as Down syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy, as well as children with emotional issues and attention deficit disorders. Trampoline therapy is especially beneficial to those with autism and sensory integration disorders, according to the HealthGuidance website.

  • Some trampoline and gymnastics organizations have teamed up with schools and other organizations to work with special needs children to help them gain skills, such as self-confidence, balance and coordination. For example, ArtSports World of Colorado Springs, Colorado, has partnered with The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind to give kids trampolining opportunities. Several other organizations work with ArtSports World to help children between 9 months and 12 years with disabilities such as Down syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy, as well as children with emotional issues and attention deficit disorders. Trampoline therapy is especially beneficial to those with autism and sensory integration disorders, according to the HealthGuidance website.

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Some trampoline and gymnastics organizations have teamed up with schools and other organizations to work with special needs children to help them gain skills, such as self-confidence, balance and coordination. For example, ArtSports World of Colorado Springs, Colorado, has partnered with The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind to give kids trampolining opportunities. Several other organizations work with ArtSports World to help children between 9 months and 12 years with disabilities such as Down syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy, as well as children with emotional issues and attention deficit disorders. Trampoline therapy is especially beneficial to those with autism and sensory integration disorders, according to the HealthGuidance website.