De-institutionalization

Within the framework of integration not children with special needs in mainstream schools from 1976 to a policy of inclusive education, the state special schools were from 1992 transformed into a system for special needs support. The transformation period was painful to a lot of personnel, but with emphasize on competence building in remaining staff, it was developed a resourceful and qualitatively good system of special needs support to the individual student where the local educational authorities could not cope with the specific needs themselves.

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Implementation

Authors:

Jarl Formo

Year: 

2004

The education system in Malta has for many years given special focus to students with a disability. Educational programmes have developed so as to ensure that each and every student attending a school is provided with opportunities and challenges that stimulate the development of their potential.

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Implementation

Authors:

Department Student Services

Year: 

2009

The transformation of SEN school is a long-term and difficult process. It cannot happen overnight and therefore it is far to be a simple change in the name of these Organizations.

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Implementation

Authors:

EU - MIESP

Year: 

2012

Christina McDonald and Katy Negrin conceptualized this research for the EUMAP program of the Open Society Institute. Its original conception was the result of discussions with the Roma Education Fund, in order to have comparative data on several countries in Central and Southeast Europe where the representation of Roma in special schools is a problem.

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Implementation

Authors:

Open Society Institure

Year: 

2010

Review of 13 de-institutionalization case studies in Australia with the purpose of determining increased behaviors in community-based settings

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De-institutionalization

Authors:

Young, L et al

Year: 

1998

Comparative case study of De-Institutionalization of developmental disabilities; community-base services developed via different approaches which capitalized on existing paths

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De-institutionalization

Authors:

Parish, Susan L.

Year: 

2005

To inform and encourage debate on the issues affecting children, persons with disabilities and older persons in institutions and how the areas of concern should be addressed. Its overriding purpose is to draw attention to two issues: first, the situation of children, persons with disabilities and older persons living in institutions and second, the responsibility of Governments to develop community-based alternatives to institutional care.

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De-institutionalization

Authors:

OHCHR

Year: 

2011

Description of a research study conducted in Armenia where the efforts towards supporting Inclusive Education included the transformation of special schools into resource centres.

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De-institutionalization

Authors:

Lapham, K. & Papikyan, Hayarpi

Year: 

2012

Raising awareness. Analysis regional/country/institution; design of alternative services; planning transfer of resources; preparing and moving children/staff; logistics; monitoring and evaluation

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De-institutionalization

Authors:

European Commission Daphne Programme

Year: 

2007

Organization: 

Karin Dom Foundation

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De-institutionalization

Area of study: 

ECDBulgariaDe-institutionalization

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