The councilor in charge of the Services to People and Social Rights area, Anabel Martínez, visited the facilities of the Reus Ploms Swimming Club yesterday to present the subsidized adapted camps that make up the Conviu l’estiu program and which seek to offer activities during school holidays to children at risk of social vulnerability.
Among the various proposals, which are divided between the Mowgli and Rosa Sensat schools and the Migjorn Civic Center, 150 weekly places are offered during July and 70 during August. Some of the activities that have been scheduled are visits to the Ploms and Reus Deportiu swimming pools, excursions and outings, as well as spaces to work on emotions.
On the other hand, the Ploms facilities are hosting the fifth edition of the A l’estiu Supera’t event, organized by the Supera’t Association and the Reus Ploms CN, aimed at children and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Activities such as athletics, badminton, basketball, football, handball, hockey or water polo are practiced in this sports campus. Work is also being done on the inclusive dragon project, an element that will form part of the city’s festive bestiary and that will come out for the first time during the Mercy Festival, with the aim of promoting accessibility to carry elements of the monitoring of people with autistic condition.
Finally, from Monday to Friday the Casal ASPA Reus takes place, organized by the Asperger-TEA Association of Camp de Tarragona (Aspercamp), aimed at children and young people with Asperger syndrome. This summer, the activities focus on the different phases of history. The main objective is to work on social skills, autonomy and discovery of the environment through various proposals related to this theme.
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