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The European Union of Supported Employment (EUSE) is the European umbrella organisation for supported employment. The members of the EUSE are National Associations of Supported Employment in Europe. EUSE was established in 1993 to facilitate the development of Supported Employment throughout Europe. The Union works to promote the Supported Employment model through the exchange of information and knowledge on good practice. 
EUSE also provides a platform for its members to network with other organisations and associations at European and world level. The European Union of Supported Employment has a membership of 17 National Associations.

The European Platform for Rehabilitation (EPR) is a network of leading European providers of rehabilitation services to people with disabilities and others who are disadvantaged. These services include vocational training and reintegration in the open labour market, as well as medical rehabilitation and social care.
The EPR assists its member organisations to achieve continuous professional improvement, best practice and competitiveness in every aspect of service delivery. Through its public affairs activities, the EPR also enables service providers to contribute to the formulation of European social policy and legislation, as well as facilitating access to EU funding.

EASPD, is a non-profit-NGO in the disability sector, promotes the affairs of close to 8000 social services and their umbrella associations. There are over 53 million people with disability throughout Europe.
The main objective of EASPD is to promote the equalization of opportunities for people with disabilities through effective and high quality systems.
EASPD plays a key role on a European level as a representative of disability service providers, working for an inclusive Europe.
EASPD is committed to:

  • User participation in the development and delivery of services
  • The implementation of governance principles
  • Active life long learning opportunities for staff
  • Focus on accessibility, availability, affordability an adaptability of services

Theotokos Foundation is a private non profit Rehabilitation Centre for learning disabled and other developmentally disabled children and young adults. It has offered its services since 1954 to Greek families with disabled children. Our aim is to promote quality in the field of diagnosis, treatment, education and support of children and families with developmental difficulties. Theotokos offers programs from early intervention to supported employment. The entire centre is based on a interdisciplinary approach which is intended to develop programs that will offer support and comfort for families while educating and preparing their children for social inclusion through school integration and work.

"MARGARITA" Specialised Vocational Training Centre was established in 1979 as a non-for-profit organisation. It offers vocational training in sheltered workshops and employment in the open market for people with mild and moderate learning disabilities. It serves 100 students and some 20 graduates as employees in the open market and their families. No tuition fees apply as costs are covered by the Prefecture, the National Insurance Service Providers, the Ministry of Health and Welfare, projects funded by the European Union, as well as by sponsorships and donations.

TACT HELLAS is a European Non Governmental and Not for Profit organization which specializes in planning and providing individual and group based services for individuals with intellectual disabilities, mental illness and other multiple disabilities and their families. Services provided are economical and adapted to the persons and the families it serves.  TACT HELLAS has offered services to those individuals with challenging reputations where other services have failed to respond. We support persons in a non institutional manner promoting social inclusion according to best practice of the European Union.

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