Chess for Children with Autism spectrum Disorder (2021)

Today 2nd October 2021 will expose our project in FIDE

Today and Tomorrow FIDE – International Chess Federation organice a Seminar about #chess y #autismn , directed by Anastasia Sorokina and Dana Reizniece-Ozola

Luis Blasco de la Cruz will have the privilege and honor to be one of the guests in this 2nd part ,  he will explain our experience with #adhd and special educational needings since 2012 in Club Ajedrez 64 Villalba and since 2015 with Madrid Chess Academy with the project : Ajedrez como herramienta de trabajo con TDAH

The main stars will be:
Natalia Popova – WIM, FIDE Trainer, Trainer of the FIDE Chess Academy in Belarus, leader of the two-year-long project teaching chess to children with autistic spectrum disorder (Belarus);
Ala Mishchanka – Special needs educational assistant, more than 15 years of experience (Canada);
Dr. Anna Charchyan – researcher in Chess Research Institute at ASPU named after Kh.Abovyan, PhD in Pedagogy, Lecturer faculty of Special and Inclusive Education at the Department of Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy (Armenia);
Dr. Lilit Karapetyan – Senior researcher in Chess Research Institute at ASPU named after Kh.Abovyan, PhD in Psychology, Lecturer at the Department of Special Pedagogy and Psychology (Armenia).
Special Guest.
Dr. Sandra Maria Guisso, Researcher with more than 15 years of experience (Brazil)
Luis Blasco de la Cruz, International Arbiter, CEO Madrid Chess Academy, Member of EDU FIDE Commission (Spain).
Special guests from the French Chess Federation: Franck Droin, a member of the International Commission of the French Chess Federation and Dr Maurice Bensoussan, President of the French Association of Psychiatry.
Moderator of the event: Judit Sztaray, FIDE Arbiter, Developmental Instructor, General Manager of Events and Youth Outreach at Mechanics’ Institute.
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