Lebenshilfe, WERDER moved, Sepp Herberger Foundation and BAG WfbM issue simplified rulebook Bremen, July 2012. When is a player on the sidelines, why do you get a red card and what does a coach? Who does not know the football guidelines, can be read while you, but people with reading difficulties make the wording of the rules before major problems. The Office for mild language”of life help Bremen and the corporate-social-responsibility mark of the SV Werder Bremen, WERDER moved for life, have with the support of the Sepp Herberger Foundation and the Federal Association football rules of the German Football Federation (DFB) now in easy German translated workshops for disabled persons (BAG WfbM) and illustrated with understandable graphics. The translation of the rules of a sport in mild language”is unique so far nationwide. The life coaching staff of the Bremen offices for mild language”translate different on behalf of government agencies and companies for eight years Documents such as home contracts, flyer, speeches and decisions. The staff is supported by a lecturer who has a learning disability and checked the designs on intelligibility. Since 2009 the Lebenshilfe Bremen is 100% Werder partner”of the CSR commitment of the Green-whites. The idea to write the rules of football in easier language, with the help of life fit ideally moving to our area for life active by WERDER.
We have an own handicap teams, a blind football team and work with disabled children, young people and adults at several SPCs”, explained Werder President Klaus-Dieter Fischer. This was a sexy project for employees of the Lebenshilfe. Very many people play soccer. But hardly anyone can properly explain how defined the DFB offside. Not only people with disabilities benefit from the simplified rules”, is the Managing Director of Lebenshilfe Bremen, Andreas hoops, to bear in mind. The biggest challenge in the implementation of the Project were the missing graphics and photos.