Empowering Parents for Independent Living of Persons with Disabilities

Topics: Bridging intercultural, intergenerational and social divide; Disabilities; New learning and teaching methods and approaches
Action Type: Cooperation partnerships in adult education
Countries Covered: 🇩🇪 Germany 🇮🇹 Italy 🇷🇸 Serbia 🇲🇰 Macedonia
Project card: https://erasmus-plus.ec.europa.eu/projects/search/details/2022-1-DE02-KA220-ADU-000085588



– Empower parents and guardians for the independent living of persons with disabilities (PWD).
– Empower our adult educators and improve knowledge management of our organisations in theory and practice for building competences of educators for independent living of (young) adults with disabilities.
– Share project results, exchange good practices on local/national level, as well as further develop quality strategic partnership among partners and wider within the field of adult education of PWD.


– 3 partnership meetings in IT, RS and DE
– Intellectual outputs: O1 Handbook and O2 Intensive Mentorship Course Methodology and its pilot – targeting parents/guardians of PWD; O3 Toolkit and O4 Curriculum for raising competences of adult educators in the topic of empowering parents/guardians in endeavours for independent living of (young) adults with disability
– 4 Local trainings of trainers
– 4 multiplier events


– O1 Handbook on independent living of persons with disabilities (PWD)
– O2 Intensive Mentorship Course of parents and PWDs together – 10 families involved in pilot course
– O3 Toolkit for adult educators with workshops and activities to use in their direct work with parents/guardians of PWD
– O4 Curriculum “Training of adult educators on how to support, educate and mentor parents/guardians of PWD for independent living of theirs”
– 32 trainers trained
– 130 multipliers on our events

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