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VI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF INCLUSIVE SPORT: HEALTH, PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELLBEING

University of Almería, Spain (20th-23th March, 2017)

PROGRAM

Monday 20th March, 2017

In the morning

9:00-10:00h. Documentation will be hand over.

10:00-11:00h. Inaugural talkAntonio J. Casimiro Andújar. Professor of University of Almería, Spain. Age Active-MIND.

11:00-11:30h. Inauguration.

11:30-13:30h. Active aging of workshop. Imparted by Antonio J. Casimiro  Andújar. Professor of University of Almería, Spain.

In the afternoon

16:00-17:00h: Juan Francisco Marcos Becerro. President of Institute of   Longevity and Health, Spain. Incidence of Physical Activity in integral health  of the elderly.

17:00-18:00h: Angels Soler Vila, Spain. Graduate in Physical Education, doctor in Psychology, Master in Social Gerontology. Methodology of intervention programs and social-psychological aspects of active aging.

18:00-18:30h. Break time

18:30-20:00h. Round table coordinated by Antonio J. Casimiro Andújar. Professor of University of Almería, Spain:

  • Antonio Merino Mandly. Ex-chief of Service of Youth and Sports of Province Goverment of Málaga, Spain. Expert in Physical-Sport for the Elderly. Programs of Physical Activity in University of the Elderly of Málaga, Spain.
  • Susana Aznar Laín. Professor of University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain. National and international recommendations of Physical Activity in Elderly People.
  • Jacint Risco Subirá. Vicepresident of Olympic Committee of Andorra. Olympic games for the Elderly People: the example of Andorran Olympic Committee.

Tuesday 21th March, 2017

In the morning

10:00-11:30h. Weelchair basketball workshop. Imparted by CLUDEMI (Sport  Club of Disabled People of Almería, Spain).

12:00-14:00. Workshop: Dog of service. Imparted by José Antequera Ruiz, Director of work’s group Golves-Hill in Almería, collaborator of Real Canine Society of Spain. President of Association Friends of the dog of usefulness, Accredited by the General Management of Police as trainer of police dogs and Sergio Quijada Domínguez, Sub-Champion of Spain 2015 and World Championship participant in Disciplines of Trail, Obedience and Canine Protection.

In the afternoon

15:30-16:00h. Award communications in the modality of physical and intellectual disabled.

16:00-16:45h. José Martín-Albo Lucas. Professor of University of Zaragoza,  Spain. Sport as agent homogeneity social economic and gender in academic performance.

16:45-17:30h. Antonio Scioli. Director of Regional Services of Treatments for Addiction, Molise, Italy. Sport in the rehabilitation of drugs addiction: advantages and risks, italian experience.

17:30-18:15h. Nuno Miguel da Silva Januário. Professor of University of Lisboa, Portugal. Barriers and facilitators of practice sport in  athletes with different impairments.

18:15-18:45h. Break time.

18:45-20:00h. Round tableNew Proposals in Sports and Social Inclusion.

  • Gema García Rodríguez y Carlos Alberto Pérez Soto. President y vicepresident of Madrilenian Association of Pickleball, Madrid, Spain. Pickleball–Sports without limits!
  • Antonio Alías García. Professor of University of Almería. Teaching disabled people to enjoy through nautic sports.
  • Veralyn Warketin, writer and theater director at University of Winnipeg, Canada. The theater and physical education as a therapeutic means in people with mental disorder.
  • José Antequera Ruiz, Director of work’s group Golves-Hill in Almería, collaborator of Real Canine Society of Spain. President of Association Friends of the dog of usefulness, Accredited by the General Management of Police as trainer of police dogs and Sergio Quijada Domínguez, Sub-Champion of Spain 2015 and World Championship participant in Disciplines of Trail, Obedience and Canine Protection. The dog and the inclusive sport.

Wednesday 22th March, 2017

In the morning

10:00-11:30h. Workshop: Pickleball for everybody. Imparted by Gema García Rodríguez  and Carlos Alberto Pérez Soto. President and vicepresident of Madrilean  Association of Pickleball, Madrid, Spain.

12:00-13:00h . Boccia workshop. Imparted by Nuno Miguel da Silva Januário.       Professor of University of Lisbon, Portugal.

In the afternoon

16:00-20:00h. Seminar INSPORT + “Sport and Mental Health in Europe:     Challanges for the future”. Coordinators: Andrés López Pardo. Psychiatrist of Andalusian Public Fundation for Social Integration of People with Mental Illness (FAISEM) and President of Spanish Sport Association for  Integration and Recovery (AEDIR) and Adolfo J. Cangas, Full Professor in Psychology of University of Almería. Participate representatives of Municipality of Prato (Italy); Megallo Group Foundation for Addicts (Budapest, Hungary); Associaçao para a promoçao do desenvolvimento sustentável, PODES (Lisbon, Portugal); Initiative zur Sozialen Rehabilitation (Bremen, Germany); Handi Jobs (Detmarovice, Czech Republic); NGO My World (Harmanli, Bulgaria); Office Intercommunal des Sports (Redon France); Oxford City Council (United  Kingdom).

Seminar INSPORT+ “Sport and Mental Health in Europe: Challanges for the future” will tackle the following topics:

  • Young people with problems of mental health: Sport practice as element of recovery.
  • Education training, research and voluntary work: Current situation and perspectives.
  • Women, serious mental disorder and sport: A forgotten question?
  • Evaluation of Statement of Málaga about Sport and Mental Health in Andalucía, Spain (2013 – 2017).
  • INSPORT+, future guidelines in Europe.

Thursday 23th March, 2017 

In themorning

10:00-11:00h. Taekwondo workshop. Imparted by Diego Hernández and Rubén Hita. Responsible technicians in the area of para-taekwondo and adapted taekwondo of  Andalusian Federation of Taekwondo, Spain.

11:00-12:00h. Inclusive soccer workshop in mental health.

12:00-13:00h. Inclusive basketball workshop in mental health.

In the afternoon

15:30-16:00h. Award communications in the modalities of sensorial and mental  health.

16:00-16:45h. Javier Pérez Tejero. Professor of University of Madrid, Spain.     Basketball for disabled people: research and applications.

16:45-17:45h. Melanie Gregg. Professor of University of Winnipeg, Canada. “Psychological Skills and Athletes with Intellectual Impairment: Lessons for Life on and off the Field”.

17:45-18:00h. Break time

18:00-19:00h. Round table: Martial Arts for social inclusion and special awarding ceremony to David García del Valle, paralympic medalist from Almería, Spain.

  • Diego Hernández Pérez and Rubén Hita Tamayo. Responsible technicians of area of para-taekwondo and adapted taekwondo of Andalusian Federation of Taekwondo, Spain. Taekwondo: a road to the integration.
  • Carlos Perals Colacio, Almería, Spain. Shoringi Kempo, from Philosophy to the practice, an inclusive activity.
  • Mª Dolores Roldán Tapia and Fernando Cañadas Pérez. Professors of University of Almería, Spain. Cognition and emotion in veteran practitioners of Aikido.
  • David García del Valle. Paralympic medalist, Almería, Spain. Visual impairment in Judo: a life dedicated to high performance.

19:00-20:00h. Closing talkRaúl Reina Vaíllo. Professor of University Miguel Hernández of Elche, Spain. How to increase the competence perception of physical education teacher for the inclusion of disabled students?

20:00h. Diplomas will be hand over.

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