LIVING TOGETHER is based on mutual respect, knowledge and acceptance of differences, cooperation, caring relationships, and the refusal to ignore or harm each other. It is about learning to enter into shared practices with others with whom we share our present, and to develop feelings of sympathy towards them. Our educational project "Not indifferent to Difference - Sfarenti ma Inseme", for example, takes up these values of LIVING TOGETHER. In our CSJC PRO program, we promote LIVING TOGETHER at work. 
To live TOGETHER is also to share goods. To do this, we share our "Sport and Handicaps" equipment. 

Outdoor sport

Outdoor sport

Corsica's natural heritage makes outdoor activities a major educational tool as much as it makes it possible to envisage the development of the most deserted economic areas of the territory. In a fragile environment that must be preserved, this development will only be beneficial if it is accompanied by the learning and development of good practices, moderation and respect - even foreshadowing - the standards in force. 
To promote outdoor sports within the collective way we welcome minors, the "Estate in Mossa" as well as in our programme for the development of Outdoor and Disabled Sport "Spartimu!". 

Sport and disabilities

Since 2010, the CSJC has been working with many partners to promote and develop the practice of outdoor sports accessible to all. On the one hand, it is a question of making normally inaccessible disciplines accessible to all, in particular to people with reduced mobility, but also of promoting a mixed practice, which can be shared, whether able-bodied or disabled.

Our actions: 

  • The CSJC works in partnership with the Association des paralysés de France (APF) for the organisation of monthly outings: "Spartimu!",
  • An annual event, "ça roule pour tous" (it's the way we all roll),
  • A second annual event dedicated to boating,
  • In addition to welcoming groups of minors, during short school holidays, we offer childcare adapted to young people with disabilities.
  • Developing new activities with the involvement of several municipalities (snow sports, water sports). 


In 2006, the CREPS team created the "ARDI" program, inspired by the work produced by Outward Bound, the international organisation which offers companies and the social sector a unique approach to team dynamics. Combining outdoor sports, reflection and the implementation of new behaviours, this project is intended to provide support and training for top-level competition. 
It is based on a powerful pedagogical method: experiential learning. In line with the work of John Dewey and then Donald Shon, David Kolb defines a cycle for the experiential learning process that includes four phases: concrete experience, reflective observation, abstract conceptualisation and active experimentation. 
Companies have trusted the establishment to meet their specific training needs. The teams were thus able to put the expertise developed in contact with the sports audience at the service of the work teams, both public and private. This service offer is too little known and deserves to be developed. 

Sharing of equipment


A four-wheeled all-terrain tandem downhill chair that allows participants to relax their legs. 
This non-motorised off-road chair requires an "accompanying pilot" with specific certification for this equipment. 
Two cimgos 


Motorised or non-motorised 4-wheel cart. Stability, comfort and safety: Ergonomic driving position with elongated legs, sliding seat, adjustable harness. 
The participant travels independently and does not require an "accompanying pilot". 
Two electric FTTs. 


Similar to the Japanese rickshaw. An all-terrain single-wheeled chair that allows any person with reduced mobility or with a disability, child or adult, even very heavily dependent, to enjoy hiking or running, with the help of at least two guides. 
One electric Joëlette. 


The Tic-Tac Snow Joëlette has been designed specifically for snow activities by the additional attachment of a snowboard to a Joëlette-type chair. 
One Tic-Tac Snow Joëlette 


A chair attached to a pair of skis requiring a trained "accompanying pilot" located at the back of the machine. 
One tandem ski