On 16.9.2020 at the Imperial Hotel, Plovdiv, an organized by the Plovdiv University “Paisii Hilendarski” information event for dissemination of the results from the “Sports for all” Project, funded by the Erasmus+ Programme took place, attended as well by experts from the NRCB. Information about the essence and the results from the project was presented, about the partner organizations, as well as good practices were shared from the work of sport rehabilitators and trainers from their work with children with disabilities.
„Sports for all”is a project, aimed at support for teachers and trainers in planning and organizing inclusive sports activities for children and young people with disabilities. The schedule of the seminar included theme presentations in the field of inclusive sports education of children with different types of disabilities and approaches for adapting the educational process and the teaching methods and strategies towards their needs.
The main subject of the event was presenting and providing for free use the Data base with inclusive sports practices at schools/youth organizations; School curriculum and learning materials; a Mobile and online instrument for self-evaluation in support of the teacher/trainer in evaluating the learned material and a Mobile application for learning, integrated at an online portal.
The “Education for every child” Campaign starts on 10th September 2020 - a joint initiative by the Fantastico supermarket chain and UNICEF in Bulgaria. The campaign will continue till 14th October 2020 and it will cover 43 supermarkets, which clients will have the opportunity to donate 1 lv, not necessarily by buying a purchase. With the funds raised, UNICEF, together with its partners, will develop the country's first inclusive digital education platform. It will provide adapted educational resources for the specific needs of every child and will facilitate the interaction between specialists (resource teachers, psychologists, speech therapists), teachers, parents and children, especially for those living in remote areas, far from the district city, where there is no regular contact. The platform is expected to be operational by the end of 2020 and for the first 30 months it will support 3,300 children with disabilities, 500 professionals and a minimum of 200 parents. The aim of the platform is to provide long-term and sustainable support that will eventually cover most children with disabilities in the country.
A new specially adapted for visually impaired viewers show of the movie “Meeting Joe Black” was held on 16.7.2020 at the NRCB. The event was welcomed with great interest by the visually impaired viewers and was held under strict safety measures due to the emergency state in the country.
We will keep promoting other similar events, so please follow our web site for further news and announcements.
Three month Report on the Financial Performance of the NRCB-Plovdiv and three month report on the activities performed for the period 01.4.2020-30.6.2020
Three month Report on the Financial Performance of the NRCB-Plovdiv and three month report on the activities performed for the period 01.3.2020-30.6.2020
On 25.6.2020 a training-information event took place at the NRCB under the VIVA Project, conducted under the Erasmus+ Program with the partnership with 7 more organizations from all over Europe. The young visually impaired people, who took part in the first training in social entrepreneurship and developing the corresponding competencies and skills, became trainers themselves by sharing with their visually impaired peers the aim and the idea behind the project, as well as the basic knowledge they got from their participation so far.
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