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Running projects

EASPD is participating and coordinating in the project listed below per topics: Workforce development, Education, Person-Centered Technology, Capacity Building, Employment, Legal Capacity, and Innovation in service provisions.


Workforce development

The project aims to lead to the creation of a platform of relevant PHS stakeholders at EU Level. Its main goal is to create a single point-of-contact to support, guide and provide advice to Public Authorities in the development of their PHS policies.

The a4i project aims to bridge the gap between social service providers, banks and universities to help the social sector to engage skilfully with investors and meet their investment needs.

The ENhANCE Project will target the specific mismatch between the skills currently offered by nurses working in Primary Health Care (PHC) and those actually demanded by both public health care institutions and private service providers when applying innovative healthcare models centered on PHC. 



Inclusive education

IMAS aims to study the tasks, qualifications and working settings of learning and support assistants in schools in Europe and develop a common understanding and dimensionl framework to evaluate and guide the work of these assistants.


The IE+ project aims to provide decision-makers (policy-makers and education providers) with the information, training and tools that allow for evidence based policy making.

The BEYOND Project aims to empower special schools and service providers supporting children with special needs, to facilitate the transition towards fully inclusive education systems.



Person-centred technology


The main objective of the ENTELIS+ project is to empower persons with educational role to support their learners and service users. 

 DDSkills aims to develop training courses for digital skills of professional caregivers so they can make better use of new technologies, and support persons with disabilities in the usage of such technologies. 

Smart4Health enables citizens to manage and bridge their own health data throughout the EU and beyond, advancing own and societal health and wellbeing.

Smart4Health will enable the citizen-centred EU-EHR exchange for personalised health. This will pave the way for the full deployment of citizen-centred solutions and services in a digital single market for ellbeing and healthcare. It will provide for interoperability, complementarity and cooperativity with profiles that are currently used e.g. by Member States, regions. It will connect citizens to science and personalised health services.

Capacity building


The project aims at innovating service provision in the disability sector in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Through an innovative mentoring training programme targeted at professionals working in managerial positions in service providing organisation, the overall objective is to produce sustainable change in service delivery in line with the UN CRPD principles in CEE countries.


Inclusive living 


CISCOS will develop a cross-border and multidisciplinary teaching and training concept for staff qualification of service providers and local governments together with academic training of university students. The alliance will also facilitate the exchange, flow and co-creation of knowledge between higher education institutions and service providers on how to fully embrace the inclusion paradigm. This will contribute to foster the innovation capacityof higher education institutions, local governments and service providers for persons with disabilities and aligned organisations from the care provision sector.


The TeamUp! project aims thus to promote social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport by improving access to sport for PWID in mainstream structures. Raising awareness, training activities and community building process are therefore needed to stop discrimination and stigma that PWID faces in the sports sector and facilitate their access to mainstream sport. The project activities are then designed to support the correct implementation of European policies on sports, in particular the White Paper on Sport, the EU Physical Activities Guidelines, the Council's Recommendation to promote health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA) and the European Disability Strategy 2010-2020.

SKILLS II aims to improving skills and changing lives through self-directed support. The main purpose of the disability services is to gain social inclusion and equal citizenship for persons with disabilities.





Following the Disability, Equality, Security, Career (DESC) project, DESC 2 project aims to bring the results of the project on the ground through an evaluation methology to assess the impact of inclusive employment methologies on persons with disabilities, employers and service providers. 

The project aims to equip educators, trainers, HR managers and other experts with proper competences to support high-quality education for adults with disabilities. It will do so by developing practical resources to help these practitioners create innovative adult education settings to support adults with disabilities in progressing towards higher qualifications and entering the labour market. The project will be implemented in 5 European countries: France, Greece, Spain, Romania, Belgium.

The project aims to design an educational program with evaluation procedures that are based on CEDEFOP’s guidelines in order to approach National Accreditation Agencies with a fully developed and evaluated educational program that follows the necessary certification procedure the national agencies use while providing recommendations about alterations that should be made to make the exam procedure more accessible and effective for persons with intellectual disabilities.


Arts & Culture


The objectives of the project is to have an impact on the training curriculum, have an impact on the professional practice of people engaged in communication and education through art and culture; and to act on the cultural environment. 





The Just4all project aims to promote access to justice for persons with disabilities by raising awareness among legal practitioners on the needs of people with disabilities and develop a training for legal practitioners on that topic.

The project focuses on the application of Digital, Literacy and Numeracy skills in three important areas of someone’s life as a means of providing increased supported decision making by the individual in these areas: personal finance, consumer rights, and personal health and well-being.

The SMARTS project aims to better identify the support needs of persons with intellectual disabilities and persons with mental health conditions in the field of sexuality, as well as develop their skills and those of the care providers, to make supported decisions in the field of sexuality.


Early Childhood Intervention


The ECI Agora project aims to facilitate the development of ECI services in the partner countries of Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary.