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Music as an education and communication tool for students with Autism
The project is based on an educational/didactical approach, employing elaborate games with music to implement Inclusive Education. Without the need for words, music includes emotional, mental, and physical dimensions – all of which contribute to the well-being and progress of children with autism.
Primary School Via dei Boschi, Italy
Creating inclusive pre-school institutions
Working with the Ministry of Education and local departments, this project succeeded in enrolling 367 children with disabilities in pre-school institutions in seven regions of Kosovo. In addition, cooperation between schools, families, municipalities, rehabilitation centres and authorities was established, benefiting more than 7,500 children.
Save the Children International, Kosovo
Reducing all forms of prejudice-based bullying
The project has worked with schools to create a guide to help educate people on issues of prejudice. Precise and accessible reference cards covering all aspects of equality and school life offer key information, practical advice and examples, equality monitoring tools, and sources for further information and support.
Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education, United Kingdom
Free personal assistance proves cost-effective
The services provided are designed to be sufficient to fully support all areas of the participants’ lives, covering self-care, household care, study, work, mobility, leisure, travel, etc. on a 365-days-a-year basis. A study showed that for every €100 of public funds invested €91.64 is returned to the government via work and taxes.
ASPAYM - Association of Paraplegics and Persons with Severe Physical Disability Madrid, Spain
A “brokerage” service to provide short breaks
Activities Unlimited (AU) provides leisure activities for disabled children and young people, It is aimed at tackling barriers faced by parents and caregivers, who are seeking activities for their disabled children that are safe, fun, and appropriate, while simultaneously giving them regular breaks from their caring roles.
Scope - Disability Charity, United Kingdom
Personal assistance is custom-designed
Uloba, Independent Living Norway, is a cross-disability organization that has developed the concept of "personal assistance" based on the Independent Living ideology. Uloba is organized as a cooperative society owned by its members – all disabled. In 2015 Uloba had 1,100 members and 5,700 assistants.
Uloba – Independent Living Norge SA, Norway
The ‘employer model’ in personal assistance
This project offers support for persons with disabilities who use personal assistants, and encourages them to organize these assistants themselves. After a certain period of time, the level of experience and self-confidence becomes strong enough for the "new employers" to continue managing their assistants on their own.
Rhein-Main inklusiv e.V., Germany
Employer-driven job creation for people with intellectual disabilities
The KLAPjob project forms partnerships with various companies to identify and advertise jobs in the open labour market. People with intellectual disabilities are then helped to choose and apply for the most suitable job for them. Between 2014 and 2019, KLAPjob has successfully supported people into 3,684 jobs.
Lev - Inclusion Denmark, KLAPjob, Denmark
Training museum professionals in the Western Balkans to improve access to their buildings, collections and activities for persons with disabilities and enabling positive participation while challenging negative stereotypes.
Training for professionals working in museums are at the heart of the project. A information and education program is also provided to raise awareness for the persons with disabilities. Children and adults are welcomed as visitors and take part in various activities which enable them to experience their cultural heritage.
Cultural Heritage without Borders, Communicating art in the Western Balkans, Sweden