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Category: Erasmus
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The 3-year project “Intelligent Serious Games for Social and Cognitive Competence – 2015-1-TR01-KA201-022247” targets children & youth with disabilities, teaching them on creativity and social competencies, using serious desktop and mobile games. In order to better define our
work, we kindly invite you to contribute by completing your national questionnaire:

All outcomes of this project will be freely available in Slovenian, Turkish, Dutch, Bulgarian, English, and Hungarian at the end of the project (August 2018).

On 1 December 2015, the final M-CARE conference will be organised in
Brussels, Belgium at VLEVA premises.
The event “Caring for people with disabilities and older people:
challenges, opportunities and (mobile/online) training solutions” will
focus on the importance of good quality personal caregiving (PCG) for
people with disabilities and older people. Focus will be on caring in
a broader perspective, and how M-CARE’s (mobile/online) training
solutions contribute to successful PCGs.

Target groups:
(Potential) personal assistants/personal caregivers
Social workers
People with disabilities
Representative organisations of people with disabilities
Policy makers

Vlaams-Europees verbindingsagentschap vzw (please download the itinerary)
Kortenberglaan 71
1000 Brussels

English is the used language.
Premises are wheelchair accessible.

Attendance is free but registration is obligatory, and is possible via
below link. Any other costs incurred in participating to this event
(hotel, travel, subsistence, etc.) must be paid for by the attendee.

Registration possible via

The overall aim of the completed LLP project ‘web_access’ is the development of a distance learning programme with regard to national diversity at a European level in the field of accessible web design (AWD). It summed up to a Europe-wide unique academic training programme and was designed in an accessible way to enable access by as many people as possible, including people with disabilities.
Evidence has shown that there is a growing need for the creation and maintenance of websites at European and national level which are truly accessible and in conformance with agreed and emerging international standards. This issue also needs to be addressed through more formal education and training. The target groups (web designers, students/graduates in computer sciences and related fields of study, and those who have achieved equivalent knowledge and skills, especially people with disabilities) should be trained in both the requirements for and the techniques to achieve fully accessible websites.
More information on the project website.