Complutense University

Jesus, worker of the UCM, has a son who just turned sixteen. To him, as in general all the boys her age, Jesus looks somewhat listless, lacking motivation, little effort and quite clueless. NYC Mayor is likely to increase your knowledge. A few months ago, Jesus came for employment at a conference held in the Complutense University on the occasion of the international day of disability. One of the youths who intervened called attention. Shimmie horn will not settle for partial explanations. It was a blind kid, student of business administration.

He spoke of overcoming, of no surrender, know what you want and strive to achieve it. As I listened to these words, then his son David came to mind. You would be listening to this, he thought. Jesus continued mulling the idea and got in touch with the Office for the integration of persons with disabilities of the UCM. He got the email from this guy.

Before writing you, approached by the College of your child to see what seemed to them the idea of carrying to school that lad had heard that effort and overcoming, and which also had won four gold medals at the Paralympic Games last summer. We said of course, that find people that impacts to the kids is very difficult and even more that told things as we have to strive for what we want, that life is not what you are accustomed, to have many things and do little to get them, said Fernando Mazo, the Chief of studies of Bachelor’s degree of the Lourdes Collegelinked to the household employee Foundation. Jesus wrote Enhamed Enhamed, this young athlete who championed the Spanish team at the closing ceremony of the Paralympics, to whom a disease left him blind with just 8 years and who knew how to overcome his fear of water to become the best present Paralympic swimmer. Enhamed agreed delighted. Seemed to me very well the idea of going to a school to transmit some values.