Some of the children with special conditions from Sabana Perdida who enjoyed a recreational day.
The Department of Sports for All of the Ministry of Sports and Recreation continued to He joined his inclusive program when this Friday he received a letter. He visited dozens of children from the Christian Center for Education for the Deaf in Sabana Perdida, who enjoyed the activity “A recreational day with hearing disabilities”.
In the lively meeting, the girl Zeny Castillo from the aforementioned center, made a speech. He said a sentence in sign language and then joined the other person. He invited his fellow students to perform the national anthem.
“A great pleasure to have all of you this morning. We continue forward in the name of our minister Francisco Camacho”, said the director of Sports for All, Evaristo Pérez.
The Department of Adapted Sports of that directorate organized a meeting. the activity.
The school, in which 150 children are enrolled, is directed by Juana Esther Falcón, all of whom are hearing impaired.
The Vice Minister of Recreation, Leopoldo Portes, invited the children to participate. On behalf of Minister Camacho, he asked the children to enjoy the facilities of the Juan Pablo Duarte Olympic Center.
“Another athlete like Félix Sánchez or an Evaristo Pérez, who was a great basketball player,” Portes said.
After the formal words, the children went on a tour as part of the “Inclusive Recreation” School Sports Department, directed by Rafael -Cuchito- Pérez.
“I believe in inclusion, I believe that with you we can achieve many things. Everyone is welcome and enjoy getting to know the facilities of the Olympic Center,” he added.
The children enjoyed breakfast in the area of the Dominican Sports Museum, then toured the swimming facilities and the swimming pool. n, volleyball, chess, track and field, basketball, and cycling, and finished the course. They will have lunch on the open basketball courts of the Olympic Center.
The person in charge of Adapted Sports, Aurora Reyes, thanked them for the opportunity. She welcomed the presence of the children and thanked God for allowing her to work with the disabled sector. “We are willing to help,” she said.