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Social Skills Animation host webinar with online demonstration

On the 14th December EASPD Member, Social Skills Animation, will host two webinars to present how their software can be used to support the learning of social and independent living skills for children and adults with autism and other intellectual disabilities.

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EASPD Investment Update: the latest opportunities for social investment in your country

As part of a new service for its members, EASPD will monitor and provide regular updates on strategic social investments made across Europe, to raise awareness of the possible opportunities available to the support services sector.

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Support Services of Tomorrow – where are we going?

After the European Day of Persons with Disabilities last week, it is evident that there is still a lot of work to do to develop an inclusive society that empowers persons with disabilities and all its citizens. But what role should service providers play? Our senior policy officer Timothy Ghilain gives EASPDs position.

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Member's voice- Uberisation of social services: a risk to take into account?

Antonio. B. García Sabater, from Fundació Espurna and Vice-chair of EASPD Interest Group on Workforce Development and Human Resources, reflects on its potential impact on the support services sector.

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Last publications

Technical Briefing Note - EU Public Procurement and Social Services

Following European Commission's reply to a request for clarifications about the use of the EU Public Procurement Directive in tendering for social services, EASPD produced a technical briefing focused on the increased flexibility and expanded possibilities to take into account social considerations.

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Report release: EASPD Review of the European Disability Strategy 2010-2020

EASPD has released a report on the European Disability Strategy (EDS) 2010-2020.

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Press releases


European Pillar of Social Rights holds the key to achieving Annual Growth Survey’s priorities.


Four steps to make InvestEU a success for Social Infrastructure Investment


If the next EU budget is to deliver on the issues that matter most to Europeans it must focus on high-quality in support and social care services.