Mainstreaming study

 

 

Study of services to support the inclusion of persons with disability in mainstream environments - 2015

 

 

This study presents services from the EPR membership that support the inclusion of persons with disabilities in mainstream envirenments. The study intends to be a useful resource for service providers, for disability communities, and for policy makers, including the European Commision.

 

Annexes:

 

Adelante: Training towards community based living (Netherlands)

 

Astangu VRC: Opening Doors and Minds: A mentor Programme (Estonia)

 

Centre de Réadaptation de Mulhouse: CDI ISI Curriculum (France)

 

EKON: Complex social and vocational skills assessment as a supporting practice in vocational rehabilitation (Poland)

 

Fundaçao AFID Diferença: Transition to Active Life (Portugal)

 

GTB vzw: TAZbis (Tender activation and care, second phase) for persons with menta, medical psychic or psychiatric problems (Belgium)

 

GTB vzw: Building a corporate collaboration between the public unemployment office VDAB and GTB to promote employment rate of people with disabilities: a good example of mainstreaming (Belgium)

 

Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA): Operation Sign-UP (Ireland)

 

Josefs Gesellschaft gGmbh: VAmB - Verzahnte Ausblidug mi Betrieben (Germany)

 

Heliomare: Arbeids Training Centrum (ATC) (Netherlands)

 

National Learning Network: Education Support Service Learning & Assessment (Ireland)

 

ONCE FOundation: Support to Ongoing Entrepreneurs (Spain)

 

The Marie Homes: The Selma Marie Home - rehabilitation of young adults with TBI/ABI (Denmark)

 

Theotokos Foundation: Early Intervention (Greece)

 

 

 

 

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This study was executed with financial support from the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation - EaSI (2014-2020). For further information please consult http://ec.europa.eu/easi. The European Commission is acting as Contracting Authorities. The information contained in this publication does not necessarely reflect the position or opinion of the European Commission.

 

 

 


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