- ACCESS to Leisure
- Kezenfogva Osszefogas a Fogyatekosokert Alapitvany
- Kehitysvammaisten Palvelusaatio
- Društvo Center Val
- Hubbie vzw
Belgium, Sint - Gillis (Brussels)
- atempo Betriebsgesellschaft mbH
The need for reducing marginalization of people with learning disabilities (PwLD) related to their leisure time will be met by developing the ACCESS to Leisure training manuals and courses. The key to better participation rates is improving access, involving both human & technical innovation. There is a need for professionals & informal helpers to be better equipped to help PwLD access services (e.g. using supported decision-making, online & offline tools) & improve their community participation.
The need to increase the community participation of PwLD will be met by working together with the three target groups (PwLD, professionals & local supporters) and strengthening their cooperation regarding the leisure time of PwLD. Also, digital devices offer many opportunities that could help PwLD spend their free time in a more inclusive, freely chosen way.
During the ACCESS to Leisure training, we help to consciously expand the possibilities and forms of leisure by exploring new opportunities.
The partnership with our stakeholders will develop the ACCESS to Leisure methodology & training package that helps to strengthen the supportive network PwLD needs for spending their free time as inclusive as possible, taking advantage of online opportunities.
- one inclusive, participatory research & related study
- 3 training manuals for 3 different target groups (PwLDs, professionals, informal local supporters)
- 2 toolkits
- one e-learning module
- 6 local adaptation & at cases easy-to-read versions (research study, training manuals & toolkits)
- Learning-Teaching-Training Activities (LTTA) with 3 participants per country of each target group
- Local pilot circle with 15 participants per country (5 of each target group)
- Multiplier events with 20 to 40 participants per country
Besides having a positive impact on our company by meeting and getting to know other organizations from all around Europe, the project offers many opportunities. The project definitely will improve our approach on leisure activities done by our trainees. With the new knowledge we can help them improve their personal life through the means of meaningful leisure activities.
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