News from Berkelland » Primary schools will play volleyball for Berkelland لبطولة

By editors on 10/29/2022

Borkolo – After a two-year absence due to Corona, the seven volleyball associations in Berkeland will organize another volleyball tournament for students from Groups 7 and 8 of Berkeland elementary schools. Friday, January 6, 2023, many students will be fanatics, but athletes, on 6 pitches at the Tempki Sports Hall in Borkolo.

All schools have now received an invitation to register one or more teams. They have also been given the applicable rules of the game, so that they can actually practice during physical education lessons. There are no separate classes for girls or boys, so a team may consist of girls and boys. The tournament starts at 09:00 and the Berkelland champion will be announced at the latest at 15:00. The organization hopes for significant participation. You can register until December 2 via Sjors Sportief. The organized associations are:
Tornax Ruurlo, Vios Beltrum, Elite/Dynamo Neede, Rivo Rietmolen, Boomerang Eibergen, Revoc Rekken, Kerkemeijer Gemini Borculo.,

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The first Parkinson’s Café opens in Berkelland in Neede

NEEDE – A special “cafe” is organized each month in the Het Filter meeting room in the Kronenkamp Nature Park in Neede for people with Parkinson’s disease, their partners and other interested parties. Visitors can share their experiences every second Thursday of the month, but coexistence is also a top priority. Sharing experiences is easier when you talk to someone who has it,” says Johan Lindner, one of the visitors. “Human contact is more fun than removing things from the Internet.” One of the motives for organizing the café was to make the disease a subject of debate. “The threshold becomes a lot lower if you have a coffee shop and you can talk to each other,” says initiator Hermann Luesink. “Informal caregivers, people who have a partner who has Parkinson’s disease, can consult with each other and you can talk more easily than talking with a doctor or nurse.”

Another important goal is to draw attention to the disease and its specific symptoms. “Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder in which certain cells in the brain die,” explains Leuzinc. “These cells ensure the making of a substance that transmits the message that appears in the brain to the rest of the body.” For Linder, this produces different symptoms: “I walk a little, I get tired faster, but the biggest problem is the cognitive problems. In the form of the inability to switch gears and the ability to perform difficult tasks with difficulty.”

First in Berkelland

There are already Parkinson’s disease cafes in several places in the Netherlands, but this is still not found in the Berkeland region. “We first consulted with a Parkinson’s disease nurse from the hospital in Winterswijk, who said there was a lot of interest in opening a cafe,” the initiator said. “We already have 36 records, and for the first time I think this is very good.”

Tai Chi

The café was created with the support of the municipality of Berkeland. The organization has enough inspiration to organize activities. “Once a pharmacist comes in, then an occupational therapist. We can do tai chi (Chinese movement exercise edition) or yoga, maybe Nordic walking with Parkinson’s. We try to do all kinds of activities.”

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