Therapeutic sports program

Dar El Mona role is to proide each individual with disabilities a chance to develop independence, confidence, and fitness through participation in our therapeutic sports programs.

These sports opportunities transform the people we serve, highlighting the potential in each one of them and provide numerous benefits including:  Less stress, More independence, Higher achievement in education and employment Reduced dependency on pain and depression

Swimming

Swimming is a fantastic activity for people with disabilities or special needs.

And it is by far the favorite sport of many disabled adults

Some of the benefits swimming offers are:

  • Improved mobility compared to when on land as water supports the whole body
  • Ease from tight or painful joints and tendons thanks to water buoyancy
  • Improved balance and agility
  • Improved confidence and comfort in and around water

Dar El Mona’s pool is specially designed to cater for people with wheel chairs, it has hoists, ramps and dedicated changing facilities are also available. It measures 185 m2 overlooking a fantastic landscape.

There should be no limitation to those who have a physical disability, Dar el Mona’s special educational coach are available to give special classes for our clients. We provide assessment opportunities for swimmers with a disability and if you’ve got what it takes to win in the pool, then there is a whole team of people and supporters to help you along the way.

Check out these inspiring stories of people in Dar El Mona who have learned to swim and how it changed their life.

Tennis table

It would be difficult to find any other sport quite so ideally suited for people with disabilities as table tennis. For this reason it is one of the most popular sports in Dar el Mona. Besides fitness and fun, table tennis is increasing its demands among our players. In addition to speed, tactical and technical understanding, it also improves coordination and physical control.

Karate

Karate is based on very specific, logical principles. When you understand the principles of such a game then you can teach that art to others regardless of their ability or disability. Thus, in principle, teaching people with disabilities is no different from teaching anyone else. You just have to be a little more creative. Dar El Mona special team is talented in motivating our clients, helping them to challenge their disability and to become a success story.

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