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Here comes the turn of our project’s next step!

We are officially launching our online survey!  During the first transnational meeting in Fuerteventura, which has been carried out successfully, all European partners participated in the review and approval of the online survey template addressed to people with Parkinson’s. The Spanish Parkinson’s Federation (Federación Española de Párkinson) was in charge of preparing it, while otherContinue reading “Here comes the turn of our project’s next step!”

S4P’s partners met for the first time in Fuerteventura

The first transnational meeting of S4P project took place from 19th to 21st of May 2021, in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, with the participation of all European partners, local Spanish associations working with Parkinson’s patients and volunteers The Sea, Sail, and Surf for Parkinson is a project funded under Erasmus Plus Program (Sport), aimed to encourageContinue reading “S4P’s partners met for the first time in Fuerteventura”

Here you have the most expected day of our transnational meeting! The Open Day!

The trainers of adaptive surfing addressed to people with movement disorders, specialists in Parkinson’s disease and the representatives of the local Parkinson association Fuerte Es la Vida Parkinson No Limits got together with Parkinon’s patients to carry out the Open Day organized by the FuerteTribu association, inside the first transnational meeting S4Parkinson.  It was an exciting day fullyContinue reading “Here you have the most expected day of our transnational meeting! The Open Day!”

We are officially launching our online survey! 

PD is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects movement. Symptoms start gradually and generally develop over years. The progression of symptoms usually differs from one person to another due to diversity of the disease. People with Parkinson disease may experience…https://fuertetribusurf.com/erasmus-project-sea-sail-and-surf-for-parkinson-s4p/

On that point we will focus more on adapted sport for disabled which contribute to improve patients’ balance and coordination, as well as strengthening the cardiovascular system. Practicing sports by those with motor, intellectual, mental or sensory disabilities not only covers the therapeutic and medical intentions, generally defined as treatment, but also the social and educational aspects. Unfortunately, there is a lack of sea sport clubshttps://fuertetribusurf.com/erasmus-project-sea-sail-and-surf-for-parkinson-s4p/

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