WHAT IS EXPECTED FROM THE PROJECT ?
- To provide tools and methods to professionals to avoid life-course disruptions which are dramatic in autism and is particularly difficult period for teenagers with autism.
- To make a comparative survey between the social policies of the Member states in order to detect the best practices
- To create the right conditions of exchanges between networks, professionals , researchers and even the young adults themselves by using the social webs and ITC based tools
- To collect innovative tools, methods, initiatives, projects, courses in order to offer resources to the professionals
- To identify which ones of these resources could be suitable and relevant
The consortium is a majority of previous partners from the successful HIPE project.PAPILLONS BLANCS de Dunkerque – SAMO (France) the promoter is an association dealing with the accompaniment of people with all kind of handicap and more recently with yound adults with autism – REGIONAL DIRECTORATE FROM THESSALY (Greece) will help teenagers for the transition from school to independent life as they work in close relationship with families associations – FORO TECNICO DE FORMACION (Spain) a national certified training center for vocational training – PASSEPORT EUROPE (France) was the coordinator of HIPE4ASD and responsible for the valorization process – NATIONAL AUTISTIC SOCIETY (UK) is acting in the targeting field and which will link with some on-going activities and projects will be done and this will be of high added-value – TP-TEATERN (Sweden) and APAJH38 (France) as expert institutions which will transfer their know-how
As social webs and on-line activities are key tools for the TRAIL project, INTERMEDI@KT (Greece) joined the team because of its solid experience and competencies to help and sustain the communities’ work but also its expertise in ICT tools which will be of great added-value for valorization.
The French National project officer Guillaume BLANCO and many other essential actors of this field, especially decision-maker will help the TRAIL project to provide the best practices to professionals who accompany young adults with autism to enter the ordinary life in the better conditions for each of them.