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Achieving change through inclusive and person-centred support for persons with disabilities

‘How can we make sure that support services respond to the individual needs of persons with disabilities and help them live included in the community? What kind of training & learning is necessary to make this happen?’

The New Paths to InclUsion Network brings together organisations of persons with disabilities, service-providers, universities and research centres from fourteen European countries and Canada whose common aim is to achieve change and support organisations to deliver community based and person-centred services for people with disabilities.

The Network builds on the legacy of the European project New Paths to Inclusion Network (2009-2011) which helped to advance Person Centred Planning and Practice in support services across Europe.


Animation focuses on PATH and child participation
Animation focuses on PATH and child participation

Quip, a New Paths to InclUsion Network partner from the Czech Republic, has created two short animation movies on the use of person-centred tools and child participation. Based on a true story, the  [ ... ]

Self-advocate trainer weighs in on inclusive spaces of learning
Self-advocate trainer weighs in on inclusive spaces of learning

Stefan Ager, together with his colleague Christiane Zimmer delivered an inclusive training for partners and friends of the New Paths to Inclusion Project on 16-17 April in Prague. A self-advocate hims [ ... ]

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Upcoming events

Learning with Pathfinders and Their Partners

Pathfinders are people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who want more in their lives. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities clearly expresses wh [ ... ]

The Network Day

On 5 November,  particpants will have a chance to deepen their understanding of the person-centred approach durig a designated Network Day, developed in cooperation with the German spea [ ... ]

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