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Improving school transition

This Erasmus+ project aims at decreasing difficulties that students on the autism spectrum face, specifically during the transition from primary to secondary school, in order to tackle early school leaving and disadvantage. Funded by the European Commission, the outputs of this project target both teachers, and autistic students and their peers in order to implement prevention measures and reduce risks of social exclusion, school failure, and school dropout.

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Project partners make progress in developing curriculum and training modules with co-creation sessions

Since the launch of the IPA2 project, partners have been working to develop and execute the project’s activities. The activities of the IPA2 project aim to reduce the problem of school vulnerability of autistic students in the transition from primary to secondary school. In its initial phase, the project has been utilising co-creation methodologies to develop a curriculum as well as learning modules. Three co-creation sessions took place in Spain, Portugal and Serbia and had more than [...]

IPA2 partners put together resources for autistic people and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic

IPA2 project partner Autism-Europe has gathered useful resources and tips from across the world to help autistic people and their families navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. This time of crisis has been and continues to be particularly challenging for autistic people who see a disruption in their routine, and have difficulty facing uncertainty and change, all while their support services are also being impacted. It is essential that autistic people and their families are supported and provided with [...]

IPA2 holds its second transnational meeting online due to the COVID-19 pandemic

On July 13, around 11 partners from Spain, Portugal, Italy, Serbia and Belgium participated in the second transnational meeting of the IPA2 project to assess the project’s progress as well as to ensure its viability and success. The meeting, that was supposed to be hosted by project partner A Thousand Wishes Foundation in Serbia, was held online via Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After a welcome and introduction, the main results of the co-creation sessions were [...]

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    Polibienestar Research Institute

    Autismo Burgos

    Social IT

    Federação Portuguesa de Autismo

    A Thousand  Wishes Foundation

    Autism Europe

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