• We Are
    At Work Too

    The Erasmus+ Project ‘We are at work too’ is dedicated to children with intellectual disabilities, their families and educators. The main goal of the Project is studying the relationship amongst families, students, educators and employers in order to offer them digital and innovative tools to guarantee children with intellectual disabilities greater autonomy and personal success.


  • In order to achieve smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, which is one of the objectives of the EU 2020, it’s vitally important to obtain employment, productivity and new skills. It has been determined that the most common problems faced by students who graduated from the Department of Food and Beverage Services are personal hygiene (self-care skills), courtesy, social skills and working skills. With this project we are expected to improve these skills of students and promote their employability.



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Objectives

The Project ‘We are at work too’ aims to offer families, children and educators digital and innovative tools to guarantee children with intellectual disabilities greater autonomy and greater success.

The aim of the project is to provide better social and self-care skills at home (in the family) with a holistic approach for the mentally disabled students who are educated in special education vocational schools and to increase the employability of these students after graduation in their own fields by taking a higher quality vocational education at the standards demanded by the labor market.

Target Users

– students with mild mental retardation especially studying at Vocational schools at Department of Food and Beverage Services

parents of children with mental retardation;

– educators, pedagogics, teachers that work with students with disabilities;

– Associations working with families and children with disabilities.

Local, regional and national educational authorities




OUTPUTS

01

International Research on Family Education and Student Professional Competences

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02

Family Education Programme Training modules

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03

Supportive Vocational Education Modules for Students

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04

Implementation Guide for Trainers

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