Our international projects
KVPS is a respected and experienced project partner. We carry out many international projects each year. Over the past few years we have been developing self-directed support, deinstitutionalisation processes, supported decision making, transition support and inclusion. Here you can find information on our current projects.
It is a pleasure to work with KVPS as project partner. KVPS freely shares its great expertise with us and we can always rely on KVPS due to its excellent project management skills and due to our common target groups and the idea of transnational collaboration.Ulrike Achmann, Landes-Caritasverband Bayern, Germany
The ACCESS to Leisure project (2022-2024) aims to develop and test out a complex training package focused on the theme of inclusive leisure time. The aim of the package is to enable people with learning disabilities to spend their free time engaging in activities they like, and to motivate others in their environment to do the same.
The ACCESS to Leisure project was co-financed by the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme.
The COMPASS project (2022-2023) is a network project where the purpose is to promote Nordic cooperation and the spread of good practices in different countries. Our project partners are Jag Assist from Norway, Sweden and Finland and NPA miðstöðin from Iceland. The goal of the COMPASS project is to share good practices among the disability sector operators in the Nordic countries on how to make work in the disability sector a more visible employment option for employees with a multicultural background.
The project is financed through the Nordplus.
To Inclusive Education and BEYOND (2018-2021) is a Erasmus+ funded project, which aims to empower special schools and service providers supporting children with special needs, to facilitate the transition towards fully inclusive education systems.
In this Erasmus+ funded project (2017-2020) we are developing supported decision making through personal finance, consumer rights as well as personal health and well-being.
Illico -project (2018-2021) is an Erasmus+ funded project on independent living skills. The project aims to improve the support of adults with intellectual disabilities towards a more independent life, offering tools for people with disabilities, families and professionals.
SKILLS II (2019-2022) aims to improving skills and changing lives through self-directed support. This Erasmus+ funded project is developing leadership and cross-sectoral co-operation between policy makers, researchers, service providers, public authorities, NGO´s, persons with disabilities and their family members.
NEW! The UNIC-project (2020-2023) aims to support the transition to user-centred funding models for long term care. During the project we will develop, test and validate innovative tools, policy recommendations and capacity building activities to help key stakeholders to implement personal budgets in long-term care.
This project has received financial support from the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation ”EaSI” (2014-2020). For further information: http://ec.europa.eu/social/easi