Terapia da Água
Melhore a Sua Vida
Melhore a Sua Vida
Transdisciplinary project based on
the construction of experiences in the water
through an educational and inclusive approach
aimed at students with intellectual disabilities.
Meet the Team
My name is Isabel Tomé, I am a elementary school teacher and specialized in Special Education in the cognitive and motor domain.
I have been working as a teacher at the Centro de Reabilitação Psicopedagógica da Sagrada Família since 2013, where I am to promote inclusive education through acceptance, understanding, taking into account the differences and diversity of students, including cognitive, academic, social and emotional aspects.
My name is Filipa Teixeira, I have a degree in physiotherapy and have been working in neurology and mental health for 14 years, with children, young people and adults. I have 12 years of experience in hydrotherapy, either in classes or individualized treatment in the neuro-musculoskeletal areas. The techniques I use in water are Halliwick, Watsu, Bad Ragaz and conventional adapted physiotherapy techniques.
My name is Magda Lemos, I have a degree in Occupational Therapy and a International Master in Social Gerontology.
Since 2006 I have been working at Centro de Reabilitação Psicopedagógica da Sagrada Família in the area neurology, psychiatric and mental health.
My professional experience in aquatic therapy has been linked to the treatment of patients intellectual disability, autism, cerebral palsy, TDAH, and traumatic brain injury.
I have also completed several courses in aquatic therapy for children and adults in Halliwick and Bad Ragaz techniques that I combine with occupational therapy.
My name is Fábio Gouveia, I am an Occupation Assistant and water assistant at Centro de Reabilitação Psicopedagógica da Sagrada Família since 2016.
I am a Plastic Artist, with a Master degree Teaching of Visual Arts in the 3rd Cycle and Secondary in the area of Plastic Arts (UMA).
I mainly enjoy working with special educational needs, to stimulate creativity especially in the cognitive and motor domain.
The Irish Teams BeWater Journey So Far We were delighted to be invited to take part in this innovative Erasmus project which was started by our colleagues in Madrid as we shared their passion about the benefits aquatic therapy. Although, we have to admit that the idea...
The 1st "Transnational meeting", took place on February, 3rd in Madrid. for No. PROJECT: 2019-1-ES01-KA201-065724 At the meeting was Pascal Ramos, Project Manager. (Spain) Estefania Berzal,speech therapist (Madrid) MagdaLemos, occupational therapist and contact...
BeWater Logo Competition Following the first team meeting in Madrid, it was agreed by all partners to hold a competition with prizes for the students who took part to create a logo and slogan for the BeWater project. The aim was to involve the students and educators early in the project and keep them updated as we move through the project. We...