[WP 5] Chapter 2.0

C2 Social Behavior

Jaunuoliu Dienos Centras | Lithuania

Laurynas from the Lithuanian STELLA partner Jaunuolių Dienos Centras presents a result of their work: the handbook with methods of work on Social Behavior. Great job, Laurynas!

 

Preliminary Work Results

EXECUTED METHODS:

  • The team decided to determine 10 Most Basic Social Skills iduring the Kick-off Meeting
  • Not just from literature, from the field work research!
  • An interview form was prepared for PWD employee, Non-PWD employee and also employer
  • The interviews were made in Turkey, Lithuania and Holland

 

TOOLS USED:

  • Interview evaluation form (written)
  • Providing version of interview form in easy language for PWD Employee
  • Google Form of easy language version of interviews for PWD Employees

 

FEEDBACK / REACTIONS / CONCLUSIONS TO THE METHODS:

  • More closed questions, not open ones!
  • It wasn’t innovative
  • There was a lack in easy read and easy language
  • In one aspect, It was discrimination to apply the interview for PWD employees.

 

BEST PRACTICE:

 

Yes | Taip

 

No | Ne

 

I'm not sure | Nežinau

 

Jaunuoliu Dienos Centras | Lithuania

For interviews at the beginning of project go to chapter 3.0 Team Ability

 

Lina Trebiene, Jaunuoliu Dienos Centras | Lithuania

We focused on social behavior at work. We defined the STELLA team, the leaders and the methods:

 

  • Talents and limits
  • Skills list
  • Experimental learning
  • Role play
  • Interviews
  • Visual presentations

Jaunuoliu Dienos Centras | Lithuania

Celebrating social behavior on World Down Syndrome Day

 

Jaunuoliu Dienos Centras | Lithuania

How to greet friends at Christmas

 

Spastic Children's Foundation | Turkey

Discussing social behavior and analytical thinking (chap. 2. and 4.)

 

 

Work results

  1. Literary research was conducted on individuals with special needs on the labour market.
  2. We reported on the skills needed to be developed in individuals with special needs on the labour market and methods to develop these skills.
  3. Different questions were composed in order to evaluate the different aspects relating to these these skills; the individuals with special needs, their employers and colleagues and co-workers. Questionnaires were prepared for these three groups.
  4. The questionnaires were distributed to these groups within the participating companies maintaining an international presence.
  5. The results are reflected in the written report.

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