ICF-CY AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN INCLUSIVE MOTOR ACTIVITY

Roberta Rosa, Tiziana De Vita

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The inclusive paradigm aims to foster the development of the personal identity of an individual with disabilities, by promoting actions that allow for a better "functioning" with respect to the environmental context in which he is (ICF-CY), in order to supporto Well-being and Inclusion. Physical and sports activities represent a valid inclusive instrument capable of contributing to the personal growth of individuals in terms of global well-being.


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