Our sport school for deaf children is inviting you to the sports event which will be held under the motto "through sport unto change". Emphasis is put on the integration of the children into society through sport, on an improvement of the social skills of the children and to the awareness of the society about the importance of the adaptive sports activity for the children. See you all at the Faculty of Kinesiology on June 16th at 10 am.
Another #volunteering sesh at today's Exeter riverside #parkrun today, as well as a great turnout, an initiative for increasing accessibility to sport for people who are deaf were there to raise awareness of how we can help with accessibility in sport. Important things we all too often overlook #running#deafsports#fitness
FR- Rendez-vous à 14h au centre d’anhée pour la cérémonie d’ouverture !
NL- aspraak 14h in het centrum of Anhee voor de openingsceremonie!
En- meeting point at 14h in center Anhée for the opening ceremony !
TBT: TSD’s First Female Thinclads: In the spring of 1963 TSD’s First Girls’ Track Team was begun by Coach Ruth Seeger. Members of the first team were (front, left to right): Mamie Atkins, Monica Ulkie, Mary Jo Boeer, Betty Brookes; (second row) Cynthia Graham, Vera Christal, Patti Hill, Dorothy Adamietz, and Coach Ruth Seeger. They won the Tri-State Tournament playing against Louisiana and Mississippi Schools for the Deaf, just a short time after being organized. #wearetsd#texasschoolforthedeaf#stateoftexas#deafeducation#deafcommunity#deafculture#deafsports (source: A Proud Tradition by Sharon Kay Crawford Forestal Hovinga, Ed. S.)