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EUNAD

This is the short version of the project name and it means:
European Network for Psychosocial Crisis Management- Assisting Disabled in case of Disaster

The project lasted for two years.
It ran from January 2013 until December 2014.

The aim of the project EUNAD is to prepare
and to realise programs for disabled survivors in very stressfull situations.
The project EUNAD relates to deaf and blind people.
So called sensualy disabled people.

The program is based on guidelines of former European projects.
The former projects were called EUTOPA and EUTOPA IP.

The objectives of the project EUNAD are:

  1. Evaluation
    Evaluation means to find out as many things as possible
    about disabled survivors in very stressfull situations.
  2. Research
    Research means to continue to search for results on expierences
    with deaf and blind survivors in very stressfull situations.
  3. Workshops
    Workshop means there will be meetings whith people
    which will learn from each other.
    There will be workshops in different countries also.
  4. Recommendations and task forces
    Recommendation means to write something
    on the results of a project.
    In this project it means to create a paper with instructions
    for deaf and blind people in case of very stressfull situations.
    In addition to the paper there will also be a group of experts
    helping in case of very stressfull situations.
  5. Pilot training
    Pilot training means to start the first training.
    In this project different professional groups will be trained.
    Especially on blind and deaf people in very stressfull situations.

 

 


EUNAD IP


This is the short version of the project name and it means:
European Network for Psychosocial Crisis Management-
Assisting Disabled in case of Disaster-
Implementation

The project lasted for two years.
It ran from January 2016 until December 2017.

The project EUNAD IP is funded by the European Commission.
The aim of the project EUNAD IP is to prepare programs
for disabled survivors in very stressfull situations.

The project is based on the accounts oft he UN Disability Rights Convention.
It is also based on the results of former European Projects.

Summary oft he project EUNAD IP:

  • The project EUNAD IP continues to prepare
    and to realise programs for disabled survivors in very stressfull situations.
  • The project will continue the project EUNAD.
  • There will be new target groups in the project.
  • There will be more research activities
    to find out more about other projects
    and the problems of disabled in very stressful situations.
  • It is planed to work together with associations of the disabled.
    They should learn how to deal with very stressfull situations.
  • It is also planed to develop specific trainings
    for people with disablities in case of very stressfull situations.
    They should learn to improve their self-help skills.


The objectives of the project EUNAD IP are:

  1. The project EUNAD IP integrates physically
    and mentally disabled people in the programs.
    The knowledge of specific reactions and needs
    of mentally disabled people in very stressfull situations is not satisfying.
    Therefor professionals and organisations of the disabled
    should be trained in special programs.
  2. The project EUNAD IP is based on the results of the project EUNAD.
  3. The project EUNAD IP continues to realise programs
    for blind and deaf people in very stressful situations.
  4. The associations of the disabled will be more involved.
    The aim is to extend a network.
    In the future more people and organisations should be brought together
    to help disabled survivors in very stressful situations.
  5. The project EUNAD IP continues the research activities oft he project EUNAD.
    Because there is still not enough knowledge of specific reactions
    and needs of mentally disabled people in very stressful situations.
  6. The project EUNAD IP develops and checks over educational toolkits.
    The toolkits are for disabled children and young people
    in order to strengthen their self-help competences.
    The toolkits should also help them to be prepared in case of very stressful situations.


To reach these objectives the project will be divided in different parts:

  • Evaluation
    This means to check things over.
  • Research
    This means to learn about new facts.
    People with disabilities will be questioned.
    And people who work with people with disabilities will be questioned.
    Research also means to collect results from other projects and studies.
  • Workshops
    This means to have meetings where people learn from each other.
  • Recommendations
    This means to write something about the results oft the project.
  • Training
    This means to participate in an organized activity
    to get more knowledge and skills.
  • Toolkits
    This means to have a set of pedagogical tools.

 

 


On this website you can find the results of both projects.
The project EUNAD and the project EUNAD-IP.

You will find the projects if you use these keywords:
research
trainings
guidelines
toolkits
expert group
or network.

The results are related to different target groups.
You will find all results with the menu button on this website.