ASD-EAST– Autism Spectrum Disorder- Empowering and Supporting Teachers

The purpose of this project is to empower specialist teachers in Croatia, Poland and the Republic of North Macedonia to support the effective inclusion of children with autism in education, by providing them with appropriate skills, knowledge, effective strategies and locally-appropriate training. The project will learn from what is currently taking place within these three countries, as well as being modelled on existing practice in the United Kingdom and informed by work undertaken in the Erasmus+ funded ESIPP & IESPESA projects


The European childminders training to support inclusion of children with autism spectrum disorder (ChildIN) project focuses developing a training for European childminders to foster inclusion of children on the autism spectrum. Running from November 2018 to October 2020, the project is funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Programme.

AFS- Autism Friendly Spaces

The Autism Friendly Spaces (AFS) project aims at promoting a more accessible society and participation in social activities of youngsters on the autism spectrum. The project started in October 2019 and will run until May 2022, funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

NAATE- Non-formal learning Activities for Autistic Teenagers in Europe

The “Non-formal learning Activities for Autistic Teenagers in Europe” project (known as the NAATE project) focuses on non-formal learning to support the training of youth workers and to develop the social skills of autistic teenagers. Beginning in February 2019 until November 2020, this 22 month project is funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Programme.


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