(2014) Chess4adhd.com Project at the Tromso Olympics in Norway

“CHESS4ADHD.COM” Successfully presented and well received by players, coaches, coaches and federations participating in the World Chess Olympiad “TROMSO 2014” in Norway.

Gary Kasparov looking a game. Photographer : David Llada

Gary Kasparov watching the game in which Luis Blasco was assistant to a blind player. Photographer: David Llada

Gary Kasparov watching the game in which Luis Blasco was assistant to a blind player. Photographer: David Llada

During the recently finalized World Chess Olympiad “Tromso 2014”, and in the framework of the meeting of the Commission of Chess in the Schools ( CIS – CHESS IN SCHOOLS FIDE of the International Chess Federation: “CHESS4ADHD.COM” was presented. Luis Blasco de la Cruz, director of this project and president of Club 64 Villalba, space from where this important project was undertaken, he announced the same and also explained and comment the positive results and the great welcome that Has received the same from parents, medical staff and authorities, called on the entire international chess community to join in this project, to support it and to undertake similar paths in their respective countries.

This presentation had a great impact in this context and received many samples of recognition and support, as reflected by the interest shown by many participants beyond their intervention, Praised for the seriousness and scientific rigor of the work carried out and proposed in that framework, and the use of the representative T-shirt of CHESS4ADHD.COM as a sample of general approval to the project, in the halls of this Meeting and in other spaces and rooms of game the rest of the days of the olympic.

Another recognition came with the appointment of the aforementioned Luis Blasco de la Cruz as Advisor specialized in ADHD and Educational Needs in the school (SEN) within the team that attends the subjects of Chess in the Schools for the help and consultation of the president of the Chess In Schools (FIDE) Chess Commission in Schools.

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