The YMI project promotes the participation of autistic children and young people in activities developed by community structures, on equal terms with their peers, thanks to the support of “young mediators” to foster social inclusion.
The Innovative Vocational Education for Autism (IVEA) project aims at fostering social inclusion of autistic people through employment by developing a European holistic guide. Running from October 2018 to March 2021, the project is funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus + Programme.
The two-year Erasmus+ project IPA2 starting in 2019 aims at decreasing difficulties that students on the autism spectrum face, specifically during the transition from primary to secondary school, in order to tackle early school leaving and disadvantage. Funded by the European Commission, the outputs of this project target both teachers, and autistic students and their peers in order to implement prevention measures and reduce risks of social exclusion, school failure, and school dropout.
The Autism Friendly Spaces (AFS) project aims at promoting a more accessible society and participation in social activities of youngsters on the autism spectrum. The project started in October 2019 and will run until May 2022, funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
The Workplace Inclusion and employmeNt opportunities for youth WITH aUtism (WIN-WITH-U) project aims to improve the inclusion of autistic people in the work world, by providing training to employers and firms and supporting autistic people in their journey toward employment. Running for three years from September 2020 to August 2023, this project is funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Programme.
HEDY (Health Education for Young People with Disabilities) is a two-year project designed to improve the personal development and health education that young people with disabilities, particularity autism, receive. Running since October 2020, this project is funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus + Programme.
Contract number : 2020-1-NO01-KA202-076463
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