Model of comprehensive assistance to children and parents

The model programme of comprehensive assistance helps provide care and rehabilitation support to parents of disabled children. The solution is adapted to the needs of the children, but also – very importantly – it also caters for the professional needs of their parents. The disabled beneficiaries participate in psychomotory, social and education classes which help prevent the further growth of their disabilities and social isolation.


Limiting the threat of social exclusion by providing employment on positions compliant with the expectations of employers, education corresponding to the professional work of the beneficiaries and their participation in psychology and sociology workshops

In this model the beneficiaries – unemployed persons threatened with social exclusion - undertake work within the subsidised employment system and participate in vocational training courses. The project helps beneficiaries gain the appropriate professional experience and theoretical knowledge, which increases their chances of functioning in the open labour market. The result also offers support to firms employing the participants of the programme – they are not obliged to cover the costs of maintaining the subsidised position.


Results Database Community of Practice Gender Mainstreaming The EQUAL Community Initiative was financed by the European Social Fund and directly by the budgets of the participant states.