Turkcell has prepared an accessible sports training program for the disadvantaged individuals who stay at home during the period of full closure for the Disabled Week of May 10-16. The contents prepared for the sports needs of disabled individuals staying at home in the pandemic consist of different educational contents for each disability group. In the distance education program, which consists of 40 different videos in total, content tailored to the needs of visually, hearing and physically disabled individuals and children with autism Turkcell Barrier Free Academy and Turkcell YouTube It will be delivered to people with disabilities via the channel.
Turkcell, the supporter of TURKSPORU and Barrier-Free Sports, prepared a distance education program for the disadvantaged individuals who stay at home during the period of full closure for the Disabled Week of May 10-16, to enable them to do sports at home. In the training program with a total of 40 videos consisting of different contents for each disability group for the sports needs of disabled individuals staying at home in the pandemic; There are specially prepared exercise contents for visually, hearing and physically disabled individuals and children with autism. Contents prepared by considering the needs of four different disability groups; Descriptive narration for visually impaired individuals, subtitles and sign language for the hearing impaired, and wheelchair use for the physically impaired, have been customized with motivating and entertaining narratives for children with autism. Videos of disabled individuals Turkcell Accessible Academy and Turkcell YouTube will be able to watch over the channel.
Paralympic athletics national athlete Hamide Doğangün, who was the trainer of the physical disability group of the program; The visually impaired and autistic children group trainer was Turkcell's sports trainers, and the hearing impaired group trainer was the national wrestler Emre Beyyusufoglu. In addition, the promotional video prepared with the national athlete Hamide Doğangün for the barrier-free sports training program also attracted great attention.