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SPID-AP – Sport Inclusion Drivers for Autistic spectrum disorders People is a project co-funded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (Small Collaborative Partnership).

Project Reference: 603167-EPP-1-2018-1-IT-SPO-SSCP

The project promotes equal opportunities and education in and through sport. In particular, SPID-AP aims to support both inclusion in sport for youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), contributing to enhance social inclusion and autonomy of Youth with Autism.

The project will realize a transnational model of innovative inclusive practices based on sport activities and EU networking and capacity building in the field of Sport and Disability.

Sport can be a challenge for youth with autism, opening up social inclusion possibilities, improving social skills, establishing a routine, promoting weight loss and improving attention.

Innovative aspects of the Model:

  • Sport activities
  • EU Networking
  • Capacity Building in the field of sport and disability based on Globality of Languages
  • Involvement of relevant stakeholders (sport associations, ASD experts, NPOs for social inclusion)

Globality of Languages is a methodology ideated by the Italian pedagogist Stefania Guerra Lisi, oriented to therapeutic, educational, training and/or animation purposes. This approach will be used for the first time at EU level for non-formal training courses targeting operators and professionals in the field of sport


  • Promotion of social inclusion and autonomy of youth with autism
  • Harmonization of methodological approaches at local levels
  • Cross-border composition of the consortium

Contact Form:

    SPID-AP- SPort Inclusion Drivers for Autistic spectrum disorders People is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

    Project reference n.: 603167 – EPP – 1 – 2018 – 1 – IT – SPO – SSCP

    SPID AP has been submitted under the Application Small Collaborative Partnership