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.
Our focus in this meeting was crystallizing: identifying the seeds we want to plant through the multiplication courses, the prototypes of which we will test in 2015. Some Network members observe that [ ... ]
How can we change services for people with disabilities so that more people can live a good life? This has been and is our guiding question on the shared learning journey that the New Paths to InclU [ ... ]
Person-centred Planning trainer Julie Lunt will organise a New Paths to InclUsion Thinking Lab in Cardiff on 13 March. The Thinking Lab is an opportunity to deeply reflect about person-centred pr [ ... ]
The first Multiplication Course of the project will take place in Bratislava on 19-20 February. Partners will share their work on achieving person centred support and inclusion, discuss where th [ ... ]
With the support of
the Lifelong Learning Programme
of the European Union.