‘Quality of Life for All’ project launched in Faro

in Algarve · 29-11-2018 09:52:00 · 0 Comments

Earlier this month, on 12 November, at the headquarters of the Portuguese Association of Cerebral Palsy of Faro, the ‘Quality of life for all’ project was launched under the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union.

The project will span two years and aims to develop an educational programme to promote the quality of life of people with severe and profound disabilities.
As coordinator of this project, the Faro branch of the Portuguese Association for Cerebral Palsy APPC felt the need to bring together the best practices developed at a European level in this area, in order to promote the qualification and equity of the services provided to these citizens.

Through the institution’s strategic vision, this project intends to be a benchmark at national and international level, for providing quality services based on innovation and organisational transformation.
To this end, a European consortium of partners has been convened to complement the needs of the project in terms of quality and associated scientific rigour, namely the European Platform for Rehabilitation (Belgium), Istituto Don Calabria (Italy), Josefsheim gGmbH (Germany) and the Fundación San Francisco de Borja for people with intellectual disabilities (Spain).


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