Teambuiling and Sensory Exercise
Did you know that children with disabilities who do sports will do better later in life in terms of education, work and independence?
The same holds true for adults with disabilities. Generally, sport and physical activity lead to increased happiness, confidence and improved self-sufficiency.
Nevertheless, children with disabilities often face difficulties when participating in regular sport activities in schools and institutions. Worst case scenario, they end up as spectators rather than participants.
Children and adolescents with disabilities need challenges and physical activities, just like all other children. It is central to their development to offer them suitable sport activities rather than overprotect them.
We recommend the Sports and Activities described below the 3 products.
Watch these two wonderful videos – on top – pupils in Howes School playing boccia – and below Football for the Blind played in a school