TEDDIP’Europe: help to ingrate minors with an intellectual disability

Thursday 4 February 2016

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TEDDIP’EuropeTEDDIP’Europe KOM took place in Perpignan, France on 19th and 20th of January, 2016. 6 partner organizations from France (ALFMED; IME Al Casal; IMC), Spain (CC Les Aigues), Czech Republic (Eppas) and Italy (CESIE) gathered to discuss the flow of the project and upcoming steps.

The project TEDDIP’Europe (that is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnerships in the field of Youth) aims to help to ingrate minors with an intellectual disability (in French under the syndroms called TED and DIP) into the community-based support structures in line with the Recommendation of the Committee of Ministers of Council of Europe CM/Rec (2010) 2 to member states on deinstitutionalisation and community living of children with disabilities. The project also aims to reinforce professional EU networking and training, to give more value to educators and to provide them with the opportunity to exchange their different working practices and methodologies, to enhance EU citizenship of TEDDIP children and finally to foster the process of integration of young TEDDIP.

The objectives of the project will be reached by, firstly, conducting a thorough analysis, in reference to each national context, on the state of de-institutionalization of the support structures for young TEDDIP and of the normative context led by national government. Moreover, a good practice guide of experiences and methods to be used by the educators and youth workers dealing with TEDDIP target will be created.

During the two years of the project 5 short-term mobilities will be implemented targeted at both educators and TEDDIP youth giving them an opportunity to participate in experiments and educational workshops on professional practices of partner organizations. Educational video showing the experiences and workshops implemented during the mobility experiences will be created. Finally, recommendations (as so called “White Book”) will be produced in order to give suggestions to institutions at the local/ National and European levels to enhance the rights of young TEDDIP and foster their inclusion.

CESIE leads the development and production of the National reports on the state of deinstitutionalisation of the support structures for young TEDDIP. Furthermore, CESIE will be hosting 2 mobility groups of educators and TEDDIP youth. The next partnership meeting will be held in April in Palermo.

TEDDIP’Europe: help to ingrate minors with an intellectual disabilityFor further information about the project, please contact Ruta Grigaliunaite: ruta.grigaliunaite@cesie.org.

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