There are 8 partners in the European Enablin+ project.
Each partner collaborates in its own region with a local/regional/national network, which consists of vocational training providers, service providers and parents' organisations. The Enablin+ consortium will work together with all experts dealing with the target group of children with CISN.
We're looking for good practices in various countries. We developed a list of criteria and a short questionnaire to fill out. Anyone can nominate a project! Please send your candidatures to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How and why this partnership?
- To be multidisciplinary (education, school, medicine, rehabilitation)
- To have parents as well as professionals as a source of knowledge
- To have training institutions, who can easily organize in-service training modules
- To have research institutions with students doing master theses to do the research
- To have service providers who can apply the modular training and report experiences
University of Antwerp
INCENA - Inclusion & Enablement
Contact person: Jo Lebeer
CESAP Comité d'Etudes d'Education et de
Soins auprès des Personnes Polyhandicapées
Contact person: Eric ZollaFrance
Leader of workpackage 3 in collaboration with Nijland & Kroes
Association St-François d'Assise
Contact person: Elisabeth Houot
Leader of workpackage 1
Don Carlo Gnocchi Foundation
Child rehabilitation service
Contact person: Marina Rodocanachi
Leader of workpackage 5.
Nijland & Kroes
Expert Centre for Education & Care
Contact person: Mia Nijland
Leader of workpackage 3 in collaboration with CESAP.
Dpt. Applied Psychology Cluj-Napoca
Contact person: Reka Orban
Leader of workpackage 4.
More information will follow
Karin Dom Foundation
Contact person: Vesselina Vassileva
Leader of workpackage 2 in collaboration with University Antwerp.
Universidade de Evora
Centre for the study of Psychology & Education
Contact person: Adelinda Candeias
Leader of workpackage 6