Children in Motion: Together is Better

by Regional Society of Disabled People Perspektiva
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better
Children in Motion: Together is Better

Project Report | Jun 15, 2023
Learning to Withstand: Ilya Lipilin's Story

By Denise Roza | Project Leader

Ilya is 14 years old. He has an intellectual disability. He is a 7th grade student of secondary school No. 854.

The teenager has always been active and agile, and happy to take part in all sport activities. Moreover, Ilya practices Greco-Roman wrestling.

However, he had trouble remembering the rules of the game when he was in the primary school, he could not analyze and assess the situation in a game. It was also very hard for Ilya to lose: often he overreacted emotionally.

“We continuously converse with Ilya to help him form an athlete’s character: the ability to fight hard to the end and perceive possible defeats as a stage on the way to achieving the result,” said Natalia Bulatova, the boy's mother.

The school participated in our programs many times, and the staff of our sports department – specialists in adaptive P.E. – has helped to put together a program for Ilya that includes exercises targeting memory and attention development.

Ilya takes part in all of Perspektiva's master classes and parasports activities. He is already familiar with almost all Paralympic sports. He liked boccia and goalball the most.

The young man's character has changed noticeably thanks to the sports programs, communication and psychological support. His mother says Ilya has learned to work in a team. “He used to get upset easily at the first failure or loss; he would quit the game and take offense at his teammates,” Natalia recalls.

After the “Perspectiva” training sessions in boccia and goalball, Ilya won prizes as part of the school team in the online tournament among Moscow schools: 1st place in boccia and 2nd place in goalball.

We congratulate Ilya on his victories and wish him to attain all his goals!

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Regional Society of Disabled People Perspektiva

Location: Moscow - Russia
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Twitter: @Perspektiva
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