Partners

The project gathers 5 partners  from 5 European countries: Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Greece Germany and United Kingdom.

They have complementary expertise and competences to  effectively develop the project.


Fundació Privada Astres

Asrtres is a foundation which operates in Spain developing projects, programs and services to improve the autonomy of people with intellectual disabilities.


Associação para a Recuperação de Cidadãos Inadaptados de Lousã

Arcil operates in Portugal seeking to contribute to the effective social inclusion of people with disabilities and other special needs. It promotes a change of view of disability and difference.


European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities

EASPD, a non-profit NGO in the disability sector. It promotes equal opportunities for people with disabilities through effective and high-quality service systems. It operates in Belgium.


Idryma Prostasias Aprosarmoston Paidon I Theotokos

Theotokos  is a non-profit welfare organization that operates in Portugal improving and using innovative approaches, through continually adapting specialized programs, in order to prepare children and young adults with intellectual developmental disorders  and autism spectrum disorders so that they can  live, work and participate in everyday life. 


Social Care Training Ltd (SCT), UK.

SCT is a company that is specialised in European project work in social care and disability. SCT helped to found the European Care Certificate – an EU-wide entry level award for staff new to the social care sector. It has helped to produce training materials for mentoring of new staff, de-institutionalisation: training to help people with learning disabilities to use the internet safely and most recently, training around Supported Decision Making.