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EUPALT - Life Long Learning Project
European Passport for the Education of Therapists/Teachers Working with People with Dyslexia
EDA
Partners (institutional) name European Dyslexia Association - International Organisation for Specific Learning Disabilities AISBL
Responsible person (for the project) Dr. Anne-Marie Montarnal, SR Michael Kalmár
Address Chaussee de Tubize 135, 1140 Wauthier-Braine, BELGIUM
Email
Homepage http://www.eda-info.eu
Main area of work concerning dyslexia and early childhood intervention European Dyslexia Association facilitates the exchange of information and good practice through international networking and lobbying. In partnership with its member organisations, the EDA will challenge prejudice and ignorance to ensure that people with dyslexia are empowered to reach their full potential. A main aim of EDA is to inform people in Europe about the necessity of supporting those who are dyslexic in a positive way, in order to avoid negative consequences caused by inappropriate education and training, low self-esteem and underachievement leading to social exclusion. Effective membership is restricted to non-profit making dyslexia associations only. Other organisations with a scientific or social interest in dyslexia can apply for adherent membership. EDA’s VISION Every child, adolescent and adult with dyslexia in Europe has the right to access and to receive appropriate support and opportunity to achieve their full potential in education, training, employment and life.
Former or present other project activities CALLDysc- Collaborative Additional Language E-Learning for Dyslexic Pupils
What else is important and one should know about this institution Dr. Anne-Marie Montarnal is founder Board Director of the national French Dyslexia Association and of the European Dyslexia Association (experienced in the field of Dyslexia since more then 25 years). SR Michael Kalmár works in the field of Dyslexia in different positions (father of a dyslexic child, speech pathologist, lecturer in University Colleges and in the Austrian Academy of the Österreichischer Bundesverband Legasthenie) for more than 20 years.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. © 2011-2018 by EUPALT Project
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