Project final event on July 2nd, 2019, Institut le Val Mandé, Saint Mandé, 9:00-17:00 and ENSA elderly and disability meeting, on July 1st, Créteil, 9:00-12:00
The Above project, funded by the Erasmus + program, addresses the issue of overcoming social and employment barriers of persons with psychic disabilities, focusing on the persons, the social services (professionals, service providers) and the carers who support them.
C&I Cognition & Inclusion meeting:
28th, 29th March 2019 – Granada, Spain
Transnational meeting of the European project "Cognition & Inclusion" (C&I) with a partnership involving ENSA and IRECOOP. "Cognition & Inclusion" addresses the adaptive and transversal skills necessary to become a successful participant in our society. Adults with a learning disability are often missing these skills as they are not part of the curriculum or training.
ABOVE “Abilities on the Move” meeting:
13th, 14th, 15th March 2019 – Croatia
Transnational meeting of the European project ABOVE “Abilities on the Move”, a strategic partnership to exchange good practice examples regarding the employment of persons with mental health disabilities.
Launch of the TRIADE 2.0 Erasmus+ programme
25th and 26th February 2019,
Kick-Off meeting in Kortrijk, Belgium
IVASS (Instituo Valenciano de Atencion Social Sanitaria) is the general coordinator of TRIADE 2.0 project; the kick-off meetinq was hosted by Familiehulp and GVO Sint Vincentius on 25th and 26th February 2019 in Kortrijk, Belgium.
TRIADE 2.0 project aims at tackling the problem of social inclusion of ageing adults with intellectual disabilities (AAWID), a new target group I the EU. Since the percentage of people with a disability increases with age, one of the priorities of the EU is to ensure equal access to education for people with disabilities enabling them to participate fully and actively in society and improving their quality of life.
However, as national health and social service provision is often inadequate to cope with the needs of these people, the projects commits to provide them with more information on the concept of healthy ageing and quality of life as well as with the acquisition of transversal competences.
“Innovation in care: How to improve quality of life and services for an ageing population?”
ENSA Working Group on Elderly and Disability
18-19 May 2017, Bruxelles
The Urban Health Centers Europe project together with four leading networks of European authorities working in health and social care: EUROCITIES, ENSA (European Network for Social Authorities), ELISAN (European Local Inclusion and Social Action Network) and the European Covenant of Demographic Change have the pleasure to invite you to a two day event entitled “Innovation in care: How to improve quality of life and services for an ageing population?” that will take place in the Committee of the Regions in Brussels on the 18th and 19th of May 2017.
A multitude of good examples are being implemented to integrate social and health care by coordinating approaches and combining resources. This event aims to discussing how to scale up innovation and practices promoting people-oriented approaches in order to bring tangible benefits for end users, help health and care systems to contain costs and to unlock business opportunities. Specific focus will be put on the efficiency of social protection systems over the life course. Successful experiences and good examples will be exchanged in the following strands: Age friendly environments; Integrated care; Smart city strategy for an ageing city.
On the 19th of May, ENSA will organize the Working Group Elderly and Disability to present a strategy on Integrated care, successful experiences and innovative projects on the topic.
Making the link with the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing, the Sustainable Development Goals, the challenges of cohesion policies with the Europe 2030 Strategy, leading international experts and decision makers will be invited to present and discuss innovative practices and policies throughout the event.
To join the meeting please contact Elena Curtopassi:
We are looking forward to meeting you on the 18th and 19th of May 2017. On behalf of the conference team.
With very best regards,
Project Manager Urban Health Centers Europe, Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam
Mrs. Sylvie Carrega
President ELISAN Network
Chair of ENSA, Regional Minister for Social Services Veneto Region
Anne Berit Rafoss
Chair Urban Ageing working group EUROCITIES
4th - 5th March 2014 - Disability thematic group meetings
1. Preparatory project meeting, based on the subject of ageing people with a disability (Erasmus+ Leonardo da Vinci) in Brussels 4th of March 2014.
For further information please contact An Rommel: email@example.com
2. ENSA disability group meeting in Brussels on 5th March 2014.
For further information please contact Miljana Dejanovic: Miljana.Dejanovic@cg94.fr
ENSA disability meeting
28th and 29th November 2013
Kreis Offenbach/ Dietzenbach
ENSA disability network group meeting
21st to 23rd November 2011
ENSA Disability meeting
October 21st and 22nd 2010
Dietzenbach, Offenbach county (Germany)
Application : firstname.lastname@example.org
ENSA disability Meetings
For the Leonardo project on accessibility “Design for all”
5th to 8th October in Sweden (Hallefors and Solna)
Study visit and partnership
Design for all
For the Leonardo project on accessibility “Design for all”
11th and 12th June
in the Veneto Region Brussels Office, (Belgium)
Representation of Ille-de-France in Brussels. Rue Montoyer B-1000, 26th February 2009
1- a point on different European project :
- Design for all (Leonardo)
- Possibility of an Interreg IVC on housing for people with mental diseases
2- possible presentation of actual and future European policy on disability
3- 11am to 12.15am : study visit in a center for people with mental disability (« Delta »)
4- Study cases Presentation of one your project
Design for all and ENSA disability
Insitut d’Urbanisme de Paris
Mail des mèches – 94 000 Créteil
25, 26, 27 November 2008
The Department of Val de Marne is running a partnership with the Environment and Urban Development Council (CAUE) and the Urban Development Institute of Paris to implement a project for students related to the subject of accessibility for all.
European Platform for Rehabilitation Annual Conference
18th-19th September 2008; Roermond, The Netherlands
The Annual Conference will explore the theme "Outcome measurement of service provision to people with disabilities"
Ensa Disabled thematic network meeting
Vicenza, Veneto Region, Italy, 15th and 16th of May
> Meeting “ENSA DISABLED” in the hospital of Arzignano
> From left: Elena Curtopassi, Veneto Region, Brussels Office; Michele Maglio, General Director Veneto Region Social Services; Martine Conin, Coordinator ENSA Disabled; Antonella Pinzauti, Director Social Services ULSS 5
- Disabled ENSA 15 16 May 08 agenda def.doc
- Minutes meeting Vicenza.doc
- SIL slides.ppt
- Meeting ensa.doc
- Marco Study case disabled ENSA.doc
- Veneto Laura study case.doc
- Case study.pdf
- Boceto Presentation.ppt
Programme Journée accessibilité
Créteil, France, 22nd November 2007
Invitation to ENSA members
International Conference on "European Quality strategies in Vocational Education and training - a European approach to quality of disability-related social services” (Invitation to ENSA members)
Verona, Italy, 22nd - 23rd November 2007
Centro Polifunzionale don Calabria
E P R European Platform for Rehabilitation
Nacka, Sweden, 11th - 12th October 2007
ENSA Disabled Thematic Meeting
Val De Marne, Paris 15th-16th January 2007
ENSA Disabled Thematic Network Meeting
Brussels, 29th September 2006
ENSA Disability network meeting
Solna, 14th - 15th June 2006