[WP 6] Re-Creation

Leisure Time as a Tool for Developing Social Skills

Re-Creation Manual Guide to Skill Development for screenview
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Re-Creation Manual Guide to Skill Development for print
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The SABOR film about the Re-Creation project

Most skills development programs are driven by employment demands and are often tailored only to specific needs. In this project, we will focus on the development of social skills through everyday life situations such as leisure time. The enhancement of quality of life of people with intellectual disability is not only linked to increased social participation but also to the improvement of self-esteem and confidence.

 

This project will focus on the use of leisure time activities as a non-formal educational tool.

 

More specifically, it will aim to contribute to the development of innovative practices in the field of non formal adult education and to support increased participation of the people with intellectual disability.

 

The project will investigate and test leisure time activities used in the partner countries. It will collect comparative examples of good practice from all the Caravan member countries for the creation of a common ground reference.

 

Partners will work on the collection of reports from their national and regional current practices/realities and use them so as to compare and contrast the different realities in their respective countries, to reach a common frame on which to build upon.

 

 

Special emphasis is going to be put on the connection between leisure-time activities and the improvement of their quality of life and their active role in different forms of participation within the society.

 

There is a need of developing a "transferable social skills for people with intellectual disabilities" method in connection to everyday activities and a constant need for improved and updated practices and methodologies for organisations working within the field of intellectual disability.

 

Main aim is to exchange, learn form each other and synthesize a common result that could be implemented in different European countries

 

Implementing and running the project will also have effects on the partner organisations in terms the intercultural learning reflected through partner's cooperation and communication

The project will investigate and test leisure time activities used in the partner countries. It will collect comparative examples of good practice from all the Caravan member countries for the creation of a common ground reference.

 

Partners will work on the collection of reports from their national and regional current practices/realities and use them so as to compare and contrast the different realities in their respective countries, to reach a common frame on which to build upon.

 

Special emphasis is going to be put on the connection between leisure-time activities and the improvement of their quality of life and their active role in different forms of participation within the society.

 

There is a need of developing a "transferable social skills for people with intellectual disabilities" method in connection to everyday activities and a constant need for improved and updated practices and methodologies for organisations working within the field of intellectual disability.

 

Main aim is to exchange, learn form each other and synthesize a common result that could be implemented in different European countries

 

Implementing and running the project will also have effects on the partner organisations in terms the intercultural learning reflected through partner's cooperation and communication

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ELLA Agreement Number: 2013 - 3444/001 - 001 Project Number: 539390-LLP-1-2013-1-DE-GRUNDTVIG-GNW STELLA: Agreement Number: 2017-1-DE02-KA204-004167