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Members and partners, this is your chance to give EASPD feedback and to highlight priorities you wish to see us address in the future.

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NewsAn educator and a student with disabilities sit in front of a computer in a computer room. The educator is wearing a great top and a lanyard, whilst her student is wearing a blue T-shirt. They're both smiling while they look a the computer screen.

Read how the I_AM project has worked with school communities to promote common values of social inclusion in the past two years.

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NewsThree people stand in front of a blackboard with things written in white chalk. Two people are using virtual reality headsets, whilst one woman supervises them.

Nine months, two project meetings and one Needs Analysis later, VIRTUS is ready to develop an education programme for autistic individuals.

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FUTUDÍS Foundation launches its Christmas campaign to raise awareness about the social inclusion of persons with intellectual disabilities.

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The SWEET HOME project partners are conducting primary research looking at the solutions that smart-home technology can bring for persons with...

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PETAGMA Association will host a Conference to celebrate 20 years of work in the field of supported living.

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NewsFive women standing in a line in a lecture hall looking happy and smiling. The ones standing on the left and the middle are wearing glasses.

The event offered insight into how burnout impacts parents and professionals working with children with disabilities in Romania.

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NewsYoung woman with Down syndrome doing yoga in a sunlit room with a fellow classmate in the background, whilst wearing a rusty pink top, dark green yoga pants, silver and pearl earrings, and a high bun.

The inclusive leisure project developing a training package that enables adults with intellectual disabilities to be organisers of leisure.

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The Helpdesk project needs to hear from our sector about the barriers which prevent EU funds being used by social services.

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