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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.

News

Meeting takes place between Czech and Slovak members
Meeting takes place between Czech and Slovak members


New Paths to Inclusion Network partners, SWAB and QUIP, from Slovakia and the Czech Republic respectively, organised a joint meeting last month for the person-centred planning learning community in Ol [ ... ]

Person-Centred Future Planning Network Switzerland established
Person-Centred Future Planning Network Switzerland established

The Person-Centred Future Planning Network Switzerland was created and established on 24 October this year after a series of meetings between partners.

The project group, a member of the New Paths to [ ... ]

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Upcoming events

New Paths to Inclusion Network Realizing Meeting

Attended by New Paths to InclUsion Network partners, the meeting will provide a platform for organisations to explore ideas related to inclusion as well as to bring together opinions on past and futur [ ... ]

Europe in Action 2014

Co-organized by Inclusion Europe and Mencap, Europe in Action 2014 will explore the impact of intellectual disability on the lives of individuals and families, assess the approaches which make a diffe [ ... ]

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