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              • Training carers for the elderly

                The project aims at training young persons with a disability or impairment, between the ages of 18 and 24, as in-patient care assistants in retirement or care homes, and at placing them in the primary job market. Two job coaches support the participants, organise internships and help them in their search for suitable employment.
                Caritas Austria, Training carers for the elderly, Austria

              • A happy child with physical disabilities thanks to Mobiloo A picture inside the mobile toilet.

                The first mobile bathroom for people with complex physical disabilities

                Mobiloo – a Northern Irish social enterprise active throughout Ireland and the United Kingdom – has created the first mobile bathroom for people with complex physical disabilities at outdoor events. In addition to a clean toilet, Mobiloo bathrooms provide changing tables, hoists, and adequate space for large wheelchairs and/or a personal assistant.
                AccessoLoo, Disability Pride Belfast & Vehicles for Change, United Kingdom

              • A man sits at a desk with two computer screens in front of him. He is communicating in sign language. On the screen, a sign language interpreter is visible via a video link.

                Remote sign language interpretation and transcription for professional users

                Tadeo offers automatic instant transcription and video sign language on demand. The service is offered by subscription, and users are guaranteed immediate availability. As of 2020, Tadeo has over 100 employees providing services to nearly 400 private companies and public authorities throughout France.
                Delta Process - Tadeo, Tadeo, France

              • A total of ten female and male students sit at a round table. One of them is raising his hand. Several women stand behind the chairs. There is a tall class wall in the background.

                Solving social issues to increase job opportunities

                In 2016, IKEA in Russia launched a joint project with the Abilympics movement to improve employment opportunities for people with disabilities. By 2020 the employment of people with disabilities in IKEA Russia has increased by 55 per cent, and new business partners have joined the Abilympics.
                Ingka Group (IKEA), Abilympics Project, Russia

              • Labour integration in rural areas

                The Siro Group is one of the largest industrial groups in the food sector in Spain. It has implemented an Integration Policy for people with disabilities in all workplaces that exceeds the legal framework. Specifically, it has 16 factories located in rural areas with 3,724 employees. 13% of the workforce are persons with disabilities.
                Cerealto Siro Foods, Labour integration in rural areas, Spain

              • This graphic shows a Digital Accessibility Maturity Score Card in which different parameters for digital accessiblity, icluding responsability and support, are presented graphically and in writing.

                Digital Accessibility Maturity Scorecard for companies

                Hassell Inclusion, a London-based digital accessibility consultancy, developed the Digital Accessibility Maturity Scorecard in 2020. It enables organizations to assess their digital accessibility performance against nine dimensions based on the principles of the ISO 30071 code.
                Hassell Inclusion Ltd., Scorecard for companies to self-assess their current practices in digital accessibility, United Kingdom

              • Two women, the one on the left is sitting in a wheelchair, are enjoying a ride on the London tube, conversing and laughing with eachother. The woman on the right is holding a red lollipop.

                Advisory board supporting the London Transport Authority in accessibility matters

                The Independent Disability Advisory Group advises Transport for London, the main provider of public transport in Londong, in identifying and addressing issues and barriers to accessing public transport. In 2020, the 10 members of the group acted as consultants on 53 projects, like reconstruction of train stations.
                Transport for London Authority, Independent Disability Advisory Group, United Kingdom

              • Easy-to-read newspaper articles, written by persons with learning difficulties

                Participants with learning difficulties are trained to understand the journalistic approach to conveying information. The goals are to prepare participants for regular jobs, especially as experts for easy-to-read texts, and eventually to provide easy-to-read news on a daily basis for the online-platform of the KURIER, an Austrian daily paper.
                Jugend am Werk Vienna, Austria

              • Vocational Training Platform_PRA_Photo1

                A million-user online platform is strengthening Latein American DPOs

                The POETA model is is an accessible vocational toolbox for organisations, so-called DPOs, working with people with disabilities in the areas of life skills, technologies and vocational preparation. The POETA Social Franchise Platform replicates and expands the model for DPOs, in Latin America and the Caribbean.
                Trust for the Americas, United States of America

              • A man stands in a small shop. Behind him are shelves with snacks and household products. He is smiling at a woman standing in the shop doorway who is communicating with him in sign language.

                Vocational training and seed capital to support entrepreneurs with deafblindness

                Sense International India provides vocational training and seed capital to adults with deaf/blindness, enabling them to launch a micro-enterprise. The NGO also trains vocational instructors. By 2020, 600 people have benefited; and since 2014, 130 people have received seed capital.
                Sense International India, Income Generation Activities for Persons with Deafblindness, India