Ski course for people with cerebral palsy - 11.-17.01.2015 Maria Alm / Salzburg / Austria Print E-mail

The bid and registration form for the skicourse for people with cerebral palsy from Jan. 11-17, 2015 in Maria Alm Salzburg Austria. Registration Deadline: November 24, 2014! I ask you to forward it to other interested people, thanks!

Invitation to the Snow Sports Event 2015 (*.pdf)

Registration form (*.doc)

The 20th International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity (ISAPA) 2015 Print E-mail

2nd-Announcement-ISAPA-2015 The 20th International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity (ISAPA) 2015 Scientific Committee invites authors to submit abstracts for presentation within any of themes listed below, or related themes.

Abstracts will be accepted for:

- Research presentations (verbal and poster)
- Building sessions (Mini symposia)
- Practical Workshops

Please note the deadline for abstract submission is February 1st, 2015


AUGUST 19–21, 2015
From theory to practice – Ideas for participation
Pajulahti Sport Institute, Finland


Nominations for elections of EUFAPA Board Members 2014 Print E-mail

After closing of the nominations, the candidates for the board are the following

  • President Elect - Aija KLAVINA
  • Vice-President - Toni PIISPANEN
  • Secretary - Ursula BARRETT
  • Treasurer - Ondrej JEŠINA

The election will take place at EUFAPA General Assembly on Wednesday, October 1, 2014, 10.00 – 11.15 h during EUCAPA 2014, Madrid Maria DINOLD (EUFAPA Past President) and Martin KUDLACEK (EUFAPA president)

Post- Doctoral Fellowship in Adapted Physical Activity or Pediatric Physical Therapy Research Print E-mail

The School of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan has one Post- Doctoral Fellowship for a student in Adapted Physical Activity or Pediatric Physical Therapy. The post- doctoral fellowship is for someone who has completed their doctoral degree and has experience in pediatric physical therapy or adapted physical activity. The fellowship is for one or two years. Post docs will receive a stipend in line with NIH guidelines, health insurance, and annual funding to attend and present their research at a conference. It is expected that the post doc will contribute to ongoing research projects in physical activity, motor development, and infants and children with and without Down syndrome, continue to acquire research skills, and submit research manuscripts.

UNESCO Chairholder Announcement July 2014 Print E-mail

UNESCO Chairholder, Institute of Technology Tralee, Co Kerry Ireland

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