TEDDIP’EUROPE

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Objectives

  • 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 promote the quality and the internationalisation of innovative practices and pedagogies of socio-educational staff working with TEDDIP youth
  • To reinforce professional EU networking and training, to give more value to educators working with TEDDIP youth and to provide them with the opportunity to exchange working practices and methodologies
  • To strengthen the sense of belonging and enhance EU citizenship of young TEDDIP

Activities

  • 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
  • Creating a good practice guide of experiences and methods to be used by the socio-educators working with TEDDIP youth
  • Implementing 5 short-term mobilities targeted at educators and TEDDIP youth giving them an opportunity to participate in experiments and educational workshops on professional practices of partner organizations
  • Creating an educational video showing the experiences, workshops and methods implemented during the short-term mobilities
  • Producing the recommendations 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

Results

Partners

  • Coordinator: Association Joseph Sauvy (France)
  • ALFMED Académie de langues France Meditérranée (France)
  • Association Image Mémoire Corps (France)
  • Centre d’educació especial Les aigües (Spain)
  • Eppas o.s. (Czech Republic)

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Date of the project

01/01/2016 – 31/01/2018

DG of reference

DG EAC, Education and Training, Erasmus+ Key Action 2: Co-operation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices – Strategic Partnership in the field of Youth

Categories

Unit

Adult

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