Guide to help spread inclusive practice

Guide to help spread inclusive practice


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It is another tool to break barriers. Line Break – Inclusive Rugby is the name of the project that, in 2019, started in Coimbra Cerebral Palsy Association (APCC) to spread the word Adapted Rugby Tag with your community.
The project grew in partnership with the Regional Rugby Committee of the Center (CRRC) and, now, they have joined ARCIL – Association for the Recovery of Disabled Citizens of Lousã and the Portuguese Association of Parents and Friends of the Mentally Handicapped Citizen (APPACDM) from Vila Nova de Poiares to help create a guide that wants to spread the sport even more.
The book, which will be mainly broadcast in digital format, was written by João Costa, precursor of the project at the APCC, Carlos Polónio, CRRC regional technical director and Rui Carvoeira, ARCIL technician and former young national rugby coach.

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