TALES@home” Talking about languages and emotions at home - Erasmus+ KA2 Call 2016
TALES@home project aims to support multilingual families, helping them to create a favourable environment for language learning and well-being.
This aim will be achieved by developing an innovative tool (app) for parents and their children to be used for language related emotion mapping within the family, helping to empower positive emotions and attitudes on a family level and thereby contributing to the improvement of well-being, social inclusion and language learning of the family members.
Addressing non-formal language learning in a multilingual home. More specifically, the motivations and beliefs in the family about language use and learning.
Empowering parents and by extension the whole family to manage language use at home and to create a positive and stimulating environment.
"Chain" : Exchange of Experiences and Methods of Early intervention
Funded by the LLLP 200-2013 Programme (Leonardo da Vinci), has created a forum of professionals working in the prevention domain. The objective was to promote an exchange of good practices and to create common standards in the field of parent training and in the vocational educational training of practitioners.
CHAIN is a metaphor for three chains of learning: first hand learning between partners, information passed from staff involved in mobilities to co-workers in their department and finally from practitioners to families. The models sought to reach disadvantaged families with limited resources and knowledge in the use of available social services.
Granted by the DAPHNE III programme in 2010. The objective was to protect children and young people against all forms of violence. Project activities specifically aimed at improving the methods for preventing electronic bullying thus helping to increase the wellbeing and mental and physical health of children and adults.
MIV "Making the Invisible Visible"
Funded by the DAPHNE II programme in 2007. The objectives of this project were to find transnational research and sharing of experiences of domestic violence in affluent areas. That meant to increase the understanding of this problem, give recommendations to policy makers how to support and assist family members facing domestic violence in wealthy families.
“Transnational local support programme to prevent violence against and abuse of children in families"
Funded by the Daphne programme in 2001. Focused on preventive measures and support to small children and their parents in Family Centres.
“DEFT” Developing Europe's Foster training
Funded in 2005 by the Leonardo da Vinci programme. The aim of the project was to develop training materials with a Trans - European relevance for social care professionals in their role as trainers/supporters. Furthermore, the material was to be tested in a pilot project.
The project produced a trainer handbook, a trainee handbook, a course handbook and a trainer licensing process. It also produced an accredited training programme.