Collaborative Sport Small “Sport Day for Every Child”

Collaborative Sport Small “Sport Day for Every Child”

Sport Day for Every Child

The project idea of “Sport Day for Every Child” is to increase the level of physical activity of children/youngsters with ADHD, we are going to organize sport events in all partner countries that will be held in public areas as parks, open areas in nature and other free public sport facilities to include all children regardless of their parents’ income. The project encourages social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport, which is the main aim of the project, so that it is available to all children/youngsters with ADHD and to emphasize the importance of sports activities.

Start: 01-01-2021 – End: 31-12-2022
Project Reference: 622064-EPP-1-2020-1-SI-SPO-SSCP
EU Grant: 59930 EUR
Programme: Erasmus+
Key Action: Sport
Action Type: Collaborative partnerships

 Project Partners:

  • Trend-Prima, Zavod Za Raziskave Inrazvoj Znanja, Maribor [SI]
  • Vasterbottens Idrottsforbund [SE]
  • Mine Vaganti NGO [IT]
  • Austrian Association of Inclusive Society (AIS) [AT]
  • Sport VIV [HR]

Project’s Objectives:

 a) To increase the level of physical activity of children/youngsters with ADHD

 b) To encourage social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport

TARGET GROUPs

Children/youngsters with ADHD

Teachers, youth workers, volunteers interested in the topic.

APPROACH / METHODOLOGY

Social inclusion through sport.

Project ACTIVITIES

Events:

Sport events will be organized in all partner countries in public areas such as parks, open areas in nature and other free public sport facilities to include all children regardless of their parents income.

Intellectual Outpus:

Guide of Good Practices to motivate children with ADHD for physical activities and develop the optimal set of free accessible sports and exercises for children/youngsters with ADHD.

E-learning platform where interested individuals (teachers, youth workers, volunteers …) will be able to take a course and learn about the program “Every Child” of best practices and an optimal set of free accessible sports and exercises for children/youngsters with ADHD.