Erasmus+ Programme – AUTISM AND SPORT: TRAIN SOCIAL INCLUSION

Autism and Sport: Train Social inclusion (AU.SPO.) is a project of “Collaborative Partnerships” which has the main objective of encouraging social inclusion and equal opportunities in sports, through greater participation in the sports activities of adolescents and young people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

It involves 8 partners from 5 European countries (Italy, Romania, Spain, Croatia and Latvia).

The aim of the project is to start a sustainable and continuous learning path that connects social workers, sports coaches of sports clubs, residential structures, associations, NGOs, Foundations and in a greater involvement in sport and educational activities.

Association for the care of autistic persons Rijeka

On January 25th and 26th one of our athlete Jan Šokčević participated on national swimming competition in Split, Croatia.    

On January 30th, March 5th and on June 3rd we had a visit from students from third year on Faculty of Health Studies. Marko was holding lectures which involved theoretical part and working with students.

The following pictures are showing student Dominik who is working exercise from Autism Fitness program.

Overhad press – regression to progression, moment
Overhad press – regression to progression, moment 1
Squat – regression to progression, moment
Squat – regression to progression, moment 1
Squat – regression to progression, moment 2
Warm up – hurdle steps, moment
Warm up – hurdle steps, moment 1
Warm up – hurdle steps, moment 2
Warm up – hurdle steps, moment 3
Warm up – bear walk, moment
Warm up – bear walk, moment 1
Warm up – bear walk, moment 2
Warm up – bear walk, moment 3

One picture or one Zoom Moment from P.E which was held on 4th of May 2020.