Invitation to an online seminar on “Transfer of practices to improve the support for children with special needs and their families towards inclusive education” project of Karin dom, funded by the Active Citizens Fund Bulgaria. The aim of the seminar is to share methods and practices of teamwork between different sectors and the support system for children with special needs and their families in Iceland.
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Date: Wednesday, 28 October, 2020
Time: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. GMT or 11:00 am – 13:00 pm EET
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Meeting ID: 828 1905 7099
Participants will be:
– Aðalheiður Una Narfadóttir, Special preschool teacher/Project manager Department of early childhood (SDCC)
– Brynja Jónsdóttir, Speech and language therapist/Project manager Department of early childhood (SDCC)
– Dóra Magnúsdóttir, Project Manager Education and Public Relation (SDCC)
– Helga Kristinsdóttir, Psychologist/ Head of Department of early childhood (SDCC)
Topics that will be covered by the seminar are:
During the seminar there will be simultaneous translation from Bulgarian to English and from English to Bulgarian.
The purpose of the visits to Iceland is, I quote, acquaintance with screening activities, early preparation of children for transition to kindergartens and kindergartens, environment and way of learning and general education structures, intersectoral cooperation, training of teachers and parents, exchange of parent organizations.
The aim of the seminars is to share methods and practices of teamwork between different sectors and the support system for children and families in Iceland, including children with rare diseases.
Topics that we will go through: Support to children with special needs and their families in Bulgaria
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Exchange of knowledge and expertise with Icelandic organization to develop methods and guidelines to support civil society organizations and providers of social services in Bulgaria, empower parents and other activists to better understand the child’s condition and assist him in developing and piloting the service, which created an opportunity for early guidance and support for children with special needs.