CHALLENGE FOR DEAFBLINDNESS 2017
TO SANTIAGO FOR DEAFBLINDNESS, THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO FOR DEAFBLIND PEOPLE
To Santiago for Deafblindness. The Camino de Santiago is a pilgrimage practiced for hundreds of years to reach the city of Santiago de Compostela, where the relics of St. James the Greater lie. The pilgrims make their way for the most diverse reasons: because they are devoted, keen on learning more or just because of the feeling of adventure.
The route takes one week to complete and it will be held between the 4th and the 10th of September (both included) in order to give visibility to deafblindness. This is an open invitation to people with deafblindness and their interveners, in general, to those who are linked to the deafblind community. You can follow the route in two ways: cycling or on foot.
To santiago for Deafblindness finally accomplished Last September, the FESOCE (Spanish Federation of Deafblindness) held for the first time the challenge To Santiago for Deafblindness, the 2s4db. An achievement that brings down myths. To santiago for Deafblindness. The Camino de Santiago is a common denominator in the calendars of all adventurous travelers and pilgrims. As it was proposed as a sporting challenge for deafblinded people, its organization required to think about extra difficulties: accessibility, professional [...]