Hello Youth SPID spreading

Hello Youth during our board meeting informed members of the SPID project progress. Some members of the board are taking part in the online training and also attended the online conference on the Globality of Languages. We are happy to be partners within this project. Despite the Covid 19 pandemic, Sweden is not in lockdown

Project Update

The SPID-AP – Sport Inclusion Drivers for Autistic spectrum disorders People project consortium meeting in Sofia (originally scheduled for mid-March 2020) was canceled due to the global coronavirus epidemic. The lead organization Cooperativa Umanista Mazra and partner organizations have been in contact on this issue since the beginning of March, holding a number of online

Outputs are ready

Check out the project outputs! Coordinated by Cre thi dev partners worked together to created 3 outputs; Handbook; The Handbook constitutes an action designed that seeks to identify these good cases and innovative approaches applied or tested worldwide that will assist all relevant stakeholders to support effectively inclusion in sport for youth with Autism Spectrum

Platform is now live

Now its time to register for the SPort Inclusion Drivers for Autistic spectrum disorders People / Spid-Ap. The project aims to support both inclusion in sport for youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), contributing to enhance equal access to and equal opportunities in sport, and social inclusion through sport, enhancing the inclusive participation in society

The project starts…

The project starts! Let’s go. Partners in the SPID project participated in the kick-off meeting of the “SPort Inclusion Drivers for Autistic spectrum disorders People” (SPID – AP) between 1-2 February, 2019 in Naples. The promotes aims:To promote equal opportunities and education in and through sport.To increase/enhance social inclusion and autonomy of Youth with Autism