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EUPALT - Life Long Learning Project
European Passport for the Education of Therapists/Teachers Working with People with Dyslexia
SINN
Partners (institutional) name S.I.N.N. Evaluation
Responsible person (for the project) Manfred Pretis
Address Lerchengasse 4c
A-8053 Seiersberg Austria
Email
Homepage http://www.sinn-evaluation.at
Main area of work concerning dyslexia and early childhood intervention Social innovative Network is a private research and consulting enterprise primarily dealing with development and evaluation of social programmes and curricula (especially in the field of vulnerable groups). Size: 3-4 co-workers. Areas of work: evaluation of outcomes of preventive services, quality management (www.eqm-pd.com). Early Childhood Intervention www.precious.at, www.ebiff.org, www.strong-kids.eu. Development of services, health promotion of vulnerable children (www.camhee.eu), development of caring competences (www.carers-project.eu), sustainability (www.enevaproject.eu) or certification of individual skills (www.easyict.eu)
Former or present other project activities
What else is important and one should know about this institution Dr. Pretis is author of diverse books in the field of early support for children and adolescents. Social Innovative network is board member of the International Society of Early Intervention, responsible for training issues and curricula development. S.I.N.N. created training programs focusing on the assessment of resources and risks for children.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. © 2011-2018 by EUPALT Project
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