Projects

Projects

Projects funded by the EU

The company has provided home care services to Bromley Council, Southwark Council and private individual for a number of years.

In 2015, a commercial decision was taken to focus on care for the special needs in the health and social care sector having secured big grants from the European Union to work specifically in that sector. 

Since focusing on this sector, the company has worked with numerous organisations in Europe, some of whom are listed below.

  1. 2014 – 2016 Methodology for creating small informal Entrepreneurship centres for the youth in local communities. Project partners were:
  1. Foundation Ad Meritum from Poland and
  2. Egitim Arastirma ve Gelistirme Dernegi from Turkey.

 

  1. 2006 – 2009 ICT Competencies for Teachers of the Deaf and hard of hearing. 

Project partners were:

  1. University of Latvia
  2. University of Patras – Greece
  3. Research Academic Computer Technology Institute – Greece
  4. The Munkholm Project Centre – Denmark
  5. Masaryk University of Brno – Czech Republic.

 

  1. 2011 – 20013 Training and Psycho-Social Therapy for Informal Caretakers of Bedridden Disabled Individuals.

Project Partners were:

  1. Abant Izzet Baysal Universitesi Bolu – Turkey
  2. S.C training Cons 2005 S.R.L – Romania
  3. FASE.net – Spain
  4. Altrimondi – Italy
  5. Adastra Cymru Limited – Wales

 

  1. 2012 – 2014 A way towards effective vocational training for the Deaf/Hearing impaired people.

Project Partners were:

  1. Klaipedos siuvimo ir paslaugu verslo mokykla – Lithuania.
  2. St Mary’s School for Deaf Girls – Ireland
  3. UAB Be-Ge Baltic – Lithuania
  4. IEES – Instituto Europeo de Education Superior – Spain

 

  1. 2008 – 2010 The non-profit sector as key and transversal competencies generator.

Project partner countries were:

  1. Portugal
  2. Italy
  3. Ireland
  4. The Netherlands
  5. Estonia and 
  6. Greece

 

  1. 2013 – 2015 Learn About Finding Jobs for the Disabled

Project partners were:

  1. Engelli Demekleri Federasyonu – Turkey
  2. Think Eesti – Estonia
  3. Citta dei Giovani Onlus – Italy
  4. Nevsehir Universitesi Incekara Saglik Hizmetleri – Turkey
  5. EU-RO-IN Association in lasi – Romania.

 

  1. 2010 – 2012 Learning Path for Disabled Young Adults.

Project partners were :

  1. Savon Koulutuskuntayhtyma Savon ammatti – ja aikuisopisto – Finland
  2. Ender Engelsiz Yasam Demegi – Turkey
  3. Palco de Sombras, Lda – Portugal
  4. Cene Stupar – Center za permanentno izobrazevanje – Slovenia
  5. Korsholms vuxeninstitut – Mustasaaren aikulsopisto – Finland.