- Expert Group
Pilot Training: Development of a training handbook - Austria
A pilot training took place on January 20th in 2017 in Innsbruck, Austria. The aim of the pilot training was to present and discuss some formats which were planed to use in a training handbook, namely PowerPoint input, exercises based on case examples and a framework for developing checklists for emergencies. In total 17 participants took part, coming from both caregiver and emergency organisations. Input on reactions and needs of people with mental disabilities in emergencies and disasters was given. Case examples were used for group discussions. A preliminary checklist was used as a framework for a discussion on how to develop an emergency checklist based on a case example.
Pilot Training: Communication between bodies of the Integrated Rescue System and people with mental or cognitive impairment - Czech Republic
Two pilot courses within the terms of the EUNAD IP project, attended by 82 people, took place on 27 March and 6 June 2017, on the premises of the Department of Psychology of the Faculty of Philosophy at Charles University.A course was held on 27 March 2017 for psychology students of the Faculty of Psychology at Charles University in Prague and representatives of the academic sphere, and was attended by 23 people. A course was held on 6 June 2017, intended chiefly for psychologists and crisis intervention workers of the Czech Police and the Fire Rescue Service of the Czech Republic. This course was also attended by representatives of the Czech Armed Forces and organisations specialising in mental health care. A total of 56 experts attended the event. The primary goal of the course was to expand the knowledge and skills of psychologists and IRS intervention workers in the field of work with people with mental, intellectual or motor impairment, and also to describe the principles and outputs of the previous EUNAD project (people with vision and hearing impairment).
For more information download: Report and Presentations (Czech)