STAY-IN Project

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ImPACT training in Salamanca (Spain)

Sara Van der Paelt provided a two-days training official workshop about ImPACT Model at the facilities of the School of Education of the University of Salamanca, the 29th and 30th of november 2019.

Denver Model training in Ávila (Spain)

In Avila1131 Faciltiies, Maria Diez-Juan from Hospital Sant Joan de Deu from Barcelona (Spain) provided a workshop about the fundamentals of naturalistic behavioural developmental intervention, advancing some of the future steps on ESDM as a tool for parent coaching. The 7th and 8th of June 2019.

STAY-IN Open conference in Ávila (Spain)

This one-day conference Planned for the 7th of June will bring together experts on early intervention for autism to discuss the most relevant factors to implement early intervention in autism, considering parent-training as a key factor and analysing supporting evidence of different intervention models available.

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PACT Level 2 Training in Constanza (Romania)

After doing the Level 1 online training, all the participants of STAY-IN project received the Level 2 face to face training from Hannah Danvers, certified PACT trainer from PACT team at Manchester.

STAY-IN First Transnational Meeting in Constanza, Romania

All the organisations involved in the project had the first transnational meeting in Constanza, where they shared good practices from different organisations and advanced project work.

Partner organisations:

Asociación Autismo Ávila (Spain)

BAPID (Bulgaria)

CEFIRE-Inclusiva y CEFIRE-Valencia, Valencia (SPAIN)

Fundatia Marcel Prodan (Romania)

Scoala Gimnaziala Spectrum (Romania)

AdaptaLab, IRTIC - Universitat de Valencia (Spain)