Necessary advancements in supporting people with disabilities
This publication is based on the belief that providing quality services to people with disabilities has a positive impact on their quality of life and the society as a whole. For this reason ARFIE has identified the challenges in the disability field and discusses best practices on how to be faced.
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Study on Safeguarding- BIENTRAITANCE: BENE Bientraitance investigates what safe-guarding means within services provided to people with disabilities. The publications contains the results of the EU research project BENE whose aim was to compare implemented practices of the treatment of people with disabilities and to establish recommendations for the training of frontline staff and professionals working with people with disabilities. A survey has be carried out on one hand with the users (people with disabilities) and their families and on the other with frontline staff professionals, by partners from France, Romania, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg and Belgium.
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European Training Modules for Staff Supporting Individuals with Dual Diagnosis: This publication contains the final results of the EU TRINODD Project on dual diagnosis Transfer of innovation project aimed at transferring practice knowledge about problems related to Dual Diagnosis to new target groups in Italy, Portugal, Spain and Romania. On the basis of needs assessments carried out in partner countries, on recent research findings and on TRIADD recommendations, partners developed innovative training modules in their respective countries.
CAHIER ARFIE n. 5
Les competences specifiques des cadres du secteur social / specific skills of menager of the social economy
CAHIER ARFIE n. 4
Intellectual Disability and Mental Health issues in Service Provision
CAHIER ARFIE n. 3
Promoting the rights of Disabled people through Quality Services
CAHIER ARFIE n. 2
Disabled People and Employment in the European Union: Rights, Status and Remuneration
CAHIER ARFIE n. 1
Training for People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Trainers