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TRIADE “Training for Inclusion of Ageing people with Disabilities through Exchange”

TRADELOGO

 

 

 

On the occasion of the TRIADE “Training for Inclusion of Ageing people with Disabilities through Exchange” Erasmus funded project final event, the ENSA disability and elderly working groups have the pleasure to invite you to a meeting that will be held:

in BRUSSELS on Monday December 18th, 2017

Veneto Region's Brussels Office, 14.00-17.
0067 Av de Tervueren. 1040 Bruxelles
Tel +32 2 743 70 12

Enclosed:  
Draft program of ENSA elderly and disability
TRIADE Final report
Formal invitation and registration form

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Final meeting of the TRIADE PARTNERSHIP & meeting of the ENSA ELDERY AND DISABILITY WORKING GROUP

Triade+SintVincentius-Meeting

 

The final meeting of the TRIADE PARTNERSHIP & meeting of the ENSA ELDERY AND DISABILITY WORKING GROUP will be held in

BRUSSELS on Monday 18 December 2017
Venue: Veneto Regions Brussels Office

KORTRIJK on Tuesday 19 December 2017
Vzw Den Achtkanter & Sint Vincentius
st.vincentius.kortrijk@gvo.be

On the agenda
Study visits Reflection on the TRIADE report
Future project

For information: johan.warnez@achtkanter.be

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FILO: Fighting loneliness
Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Society is challenged by a growing number of ageing people that live longer and experience
loneliness. The shift of society towards community-based modifies the role of professional careand welfare as well as the necessary skills to contribute to the future society, also related to
alleviating loneliness.

More collaboration between different fields (formal and informal) is required.  What we want is exchange good practices in order to share innovative approaches for social inclusion with the aim of improving skills and competencies of students (mainly VET but also higher education) and professionals in the field of care and welfare.

Therefore, we set up a strategic partnership, locally and transnationally.

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Cognition & Inclusion
Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

The Cognition & Inclusion (C&I) project wants to contribute to the social inclusion of
disabled/mental retarded (LD/MR) adults onto the lifelong learning process.

Learning, training or supporting people to become independent and participate to society is very often limited to educational approaches that deal with practical skills (housekeeping, public transport), but often ignores important transversal skills.

These skills are key competences that foster social inclusion, personal development and active participation to society of all people. The effective educational strategies and methodologies for LD/MR will be available by a dissemination.

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Supporting employment of people with mental health disabilities.

The structures and services that evaluate the needs and support those with mental health
disabilities notice a particular difficulty with this population with regards to finding them
employment. 

This project will allow these structures, by exchanges of good practices between
professionals, to meet the needs of people with mental disabilities to get employment and enable the socio-professional inclusion. The aim of this partnership is to ensure that service providers for people with mental health disabilities can improve their skills, provide quality and meeting their specific needs.

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WHY: We Here You
Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

A decline in the interest in democratic processes and institutions among young persons is evident, as well as increased discrimination, racism, political and religious extremism. Furthermore the educational systems across Europe have common problems with absenteeism and drop-out.

This project aims to provide a basis for an improved culture amongst professionals as well as structures that will support democratic dialogue and youth involvement in order to promote civic
participation thus preventing marginalization and its negative effects on individuals and society.