The Dream League charitable program is being held in 39 regions, including Moscow.
An adult and a child (over 3.5 years old) with cerebral palsy, autism, Down syndrome, vision problems and other disabilities can become a participant. Rehabilitation is associated with alpine skiing, roller-skating, rock climbing, team games and art therapy. The program was created in 2014. Natalia and Sergey Belogolovtsev… Their son Eugene was born with cerebral palsy, complicated by a number of other diseases. Once abroad, Zhenya went through a series of mountain skiing sessions using a unique technology, and after two weeks of training, the boy’s heart hump disappeared, his posture changed, he began to walk better. Then the Belogolovtsevs decided to introduce this technique in Russia.
In the capital, classes are held at the Kant and Lata Track sports complexes and on the WayPark ski slope. The trainings are conducted by instructors trained under the Dream League program. Participants pay only for the use of the lift and the work of a trainer (sports equipment is given out free of charge), but most have the opportunity to receive targeted assistance. Applications for participation – https://dreamski.ru.