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ErISFaVIA- Early Intervention Services for Families with Children with Vision Impairment and Additional Disabilities

ErISFaVIA - Early Intervention Services for Families with Children with Vision Impairment and Additional Disabilities, under the ERASMUS+ Strategic partnerships for school education,  Programme, Key Action 2 - Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices 

Project Period: 1.09.2019- 31.08.2022

Code of the project: 2019-1-EL01-KA201-062886  

Acronym: ERISFAVIA

Coordinating institution: UNIVERSITY OF THESSALY [UTH], GREECE

Partner institutions:

  • 1. Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Departamentul of Special Education (UBB) Romania 
  • 2. Panhellenic Association of parents and friends of visually impaired people with additional handicaps (Amimoni), Greece
  • 3. Ayse Nurtac Sozbir Gunebakan Association for the Children with Multiple Disabilities with Visual Impairment and Their Families (ANSGA), Turkey
  • 4. Blindeninstitut München / Maria-Ludwig-Ferdinand-Schule, Germany,
  • 5. Istanbul Medeniyet University [IMU], Turkey,
  • 6. Liceul Special pentru Deficienti de Vedere Cluj-Napoca, [LSDV] Romania 
  • 7. Mali dom - Zagreb dnevni centar za rehabilitaciju djece i mladezi, Croatia
  • 8. St. Barnabas School for the Blind, Cyprus 
  • 9. Association of Parents, Guardians and Friends of Visually Impaired Children with Additional Disabilities [SYZOI], Greece

 

Aim of the project

The present project aims to strengthen the profiles of the teaching profession of the staff in the partner schools and associations in four countries (Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Turkey), who are all involved in early intervention programs and services regarding children and students with visual impairment and additional disabilities (VIAD). The Erasmus+ ERISFAVIA project have three main targets: first, to trace and map all contemporary characteristics of family-oriented early intervention programs, secondly to reflect on professionals' needs who are involved in such programs, and third to enrich practice with relevant literature review. The outputs of the ErISFAVIA project will be as Open Educational Resources uploaded in the portal of ErISFAVIA project and therefore it could be further exploited by other teaching or supportive staff of students and children with VIAD all over Europe and internationally.

 

Intellectual outputs

  • IO1: Design and creation of the project collaborative  platform
  • IO2: Literature Review and Needs Assessment Study
  • IO3: Training Material - Design and Content 
  • IO4: Reflective logs and questionnaires 
  • IO5: Collation of case studies and research evidence
  • IO6: Best Practices Guide 
  • IO7: Dissemination and Exploitation 
  • ΙΟ8: Policy recommendations and Guidelines Report 

Project presentation ERASMUS+ ERISFAVIA http://erisfavia.sed.uth.gr/

 


 

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