EPR Innovation Prize

 

Celebrating mutual learning and continuous improvement

 

 

The Innovation Prize concept was developed by the EPR to encourage the circulation of information on innovation and best practice, and rewards the best practice shared within the EPR network.

The product catalogue developped in 2016 allows EPR members and their staff to obtain without costs hands-on expertise in rehabilitation methodologies and tools and it increase therefore the relevance and the added value of the EPR membership.

 

 

The difficulty lies not in new ideas, but in escaping from the old ones.

 

 

The contest is open to all professionals working in an EPR member organisation. Applicants can submit a practice from their organisation that they feel to be particularly innovative and useful for the service users. The best practice can be of any type (a service, a programme, a methodology, a tool, etc...) and related to all areas of service provided by EPR members.

 

One application can be submitted on behalf of an individual or a team. Organisations are of course welcomed to submit more than one good practice!

 

 

The Innovation Prize Contest 2017 is open until 3 April 2017

 

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Selection Procedures

 

Leaflet 2017

 

 

Past Winners

 

 

Serious Games Chrissi Kotretsou, Theotokos Foundation, Greece.

 

Dundalk Football Supporters Club, Stephen Caraher, RehabCare, Ireland.

 

The online intervention the Growth Factory: Developing a Growth Mind set!, Petra Helmond, Pluryn (Winner 2014)

 

Give us a chance to expand your mind": Astangu VRC (Winner 2013)

 

Dreams come true: Innovative ways to support employment of people with disabilities, by Luovi (Winner 2012)

 

HeadsUp project, by the Rehab Group (Winner 2011)

 

The Irene Project, by Pluryn (Winner 2010)

 

 

 

 

For more information about the EPR Innovation Prize, please contact Cinzia De Letis at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 


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