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ENTELIS + Consortium is made up of 10 experienced european partners with complementary skills and knowledges.


Official consortium group photo made during the Kick off meeting in Brussels







EASPD - Improving services, improving lives

EASPD (European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities) (Belgium)

EASPD is European network representing around 17.000 services across Europe, whose main objective is to promote the equalisation of opportunities for persons with disabilities through effective and high-quality services. The work of the organisation is based on the three interconnected pillars of Impact (European Policy), Innovation (Research & Development as well as implementation of international projects) and Information (for the members).

EASPD and its members are committed to use and develop models of good practices to promote respect, inclusion and equal rights based on effective participation and full citizenship for those it supports, following the principles enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. EASPD advocates for the quality, accessibility, affordability and availability of community-based, user-centred social and health services for all across Europe.

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AIAS Bologna Onlus

AIAS Bologna onlus (Italy)

AIAS Bologna onlus is an independent end-user driven Association (NGO). Since 1962, the Association has been advocating for the rights of persons with disabilities and their families and it is fully committed to the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. AIAS Bologna onlus supports people with disabilities providing a range of services and developing political, educational and social activities in the disability area. Innovation and participation is one of the main focus of AIAS Bologna onlus and is further obtained by international projects in different in areas such as education, technological innovation, assistive technology, violence prevention against children with disabilities, gender issues, flexible housing solutions and training programs both for persons with disabilities, for carers, for professionals.

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FUNKA Nu AB (Sweden)

Funka is an SME which started in the 1990s as a joint, non-profit initiative among all disability organisations in Sweden that turned into a privately-owned company in 2000. Funka is market leaders in the field of accessibility covering different field including e-government, e-health, e-learning, and e-inclusion.

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JKU - Johannes Kepler University Linz

Johannes Kepler Universitat Linz (Austria)

The Johannes Kepler University (JKU) is a modern university with extended research activities and participation in many national and international research programs, including H2020 and Erasmus+. JKU presents participation both as a leader and as a partner in projects concerning (web) accessibility/ training in web accessibility as well as ICT for/ with people with disabilities. JKU is a member of many international organisations concerning higher education.

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European University of Cyprus

European University Cyprus (Cyprus)

A higher private educational institution with a broad portfolio of research activity, committed among others, to promoting the use of ICT-AT in inclusive education. The faculty’s research and teaching experience involves issues of teachers’ training for inclusive education, assistive technology and universal design for learning, and the promotion of collaboration and multidisciplinarity in the area of disability and inclusive education. In addition, the research activity at EUC is centered in a number of research units and laboratories, which among others include the Assistive Technology Lab and the ICT-Enhanced Education Laboratory (ICTEE).

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AAATE - Association for the advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe

AAATE (Association for the Advancement of the Assistive Technology in Europe) (Austria)

With more than 250 members, among which many institutional members, AAATE is the main AT sector organisation in Europe. The pan-european scientific society focuses on the advancement of assistive technology for the benefit of people with disabilities and elderly people.

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ATEMPO (Austria)

Atempo is a non profit organisation that since twenty years offers various training and learning facilities for people with learning difficulties and disabilities in Graz (Austria) and several services to assist them to get jobs. Through its networks (social franchise network of capito and Inclu-Edu network) is connected to many partner organisations all over Europe. The atempo team consists of roughly 80 staff, 20 percent out of them are people with learning difficulties and disabilities working as experts on regular contracts for the company.

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Saint John of God Community Services clg.

Saint John of God Community Services clg.(Ireland)

Saint John of God Community Services clg, provides state funded services and supports in intellectual disability, adult mental health, and child and adolescent mental health services in Ireland. As one of the largest entities of Saint John of God Hospitaller Ministries, it supports up to 6,700 children and adults annually with nearly 3,000 staff and volunteers. Saint John of God Community Services clg is committed to using Assistive Technology to support people attending its services to use and enhance their own abilities and in doing so, to encourage and facilitate their independence.

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Margarita - Vocational Training Centre

Vocational Training Center MARGARITA (Greece)

The Vocational Training Center MARGARITA is a specialized center for vocational training and employment for people with intellectual disabilities living in the Region of Attica, Greece. MARGARITA was founded in 1979 by Ioanna Tsokopoulou, mother of Leonidas, a child with Down syndrome. MARGARITA’s mission is to improve the lives of people with mild and medium intellectual disabilities by increasing their inclusion in society through their employment. MARGARITA’s services are based on the anthropocentric social model, where the professionals, the service users, and their families cooperate on the design of an individualized plan related to their needs. MARGARITA’s personnel consist of 45 people with multidisciplinary background on social services, special education & psychology. MARGARITA as an educational entity focuses on intellectual disabilities, its curriculum promotes the autonomy of its beneficiaries and their inclusion by investigating and creating ways of accessibility in society.

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Association of European Border Regions (Germany)

The AEBR is a registered nonprofit organization based in Germany (Berlin and Gronau) with offices in Brussels and Novi Sad. It has 85 members from different European countries. The association has been working for almost 50 years in all aspects related to cross-border cooperation (defending the interests of the cross-border regions in front of international organizations, promoting the support to cross-border cooperation given by institutions such as the European Commission or the European Parliament, and promoting the exchange of experiences and good practices between regions and cross-border cooperation structures in the most diverse fields: health, land management, education and capacity building, infrastructures and ICTs).

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