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COVID 19: Our Members Resources and Processes

INCLUSION INTERNATIONAL

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Inclusion International network is mobilizing to create resources and support to help reach people with intellectual disabilities concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. Information is provided for different countries and communities with some being in accessible formats.

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

INCLUSION EUROPE

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A collection of resources for people with intellectual disabilities concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The collection includes "Easy to read" information in many different European languages, a video of 5 ways to keep safe and a list of resources in various European countries.

Disability data portal (Nepal)

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The Disability Portal is a centralised repository of data and information about disability in Nepal. It brings together data, studies and other resources on disability in Nepal and makes them openly available to all. The repository contains data and information from government, academic and civil society. The Portal is open for anybody to publish valid datasets and publications related to disability

Image Bank

Leeds & York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

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The NHS have produced an ‘easy on the i’ information design service within the Learning Disability Service at Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. A repository of images has been created to help support the creation of easy to read documents.

Supporting deafblind people to live, learn and thrive.

SENSE INTERATIONAL

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Sense International is a global charity supporting deafblind people in Bangladesh, India, Kenya, Tanzania, Peru, Romania and Uganda. An overview is given of work by Sense International in the areas of early intervention, education and health services, livelihood support, building local capacity and advocacy for deafblind people.

AfriNEAD

AFRICAN NETWORK FOR EVIDENCE-TO-ACTION ON DISABILITY (AfriNEAD)

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The African Network for Evidence-to-Action on Disability (AfriNEAD) facilitates networking among researchers, persons with disability, government representatives, business and civil society within the African region as well as with international communities to ensure that research contributes to a better quality of life for people with disabilities in Africa. This website contains information about its network, symposia, discussions, research and resources. Links are also provided to archives and related websites

Community eye health|an international journal to promote eye health worldwide

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Provides continuing education for ophthalmologists, doctors, ophthalmic assistants, nurses and community health workers in developing countries. Features review articles and research updates on prevention of blindness as well as practical information on clinical procedures and treatment. Covers all aspects of eye care, with up-to-date information on ophthalmic practice and opinion. Places particular emphasis on the methods of prevention and cure available to community health workers
Four times a year
Free (developing countries)

African Palliative Care Association

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Palliative care is seen as a vital component in the care of people with progressive, life-limiting illnesses (including HIV/AIDS). The Africa Palliative Care Association works to promote and support affordable and culturally appropriate palliative care throughout Africa, including to orphans and vulnerable children.
A pan-African organisation ensuring that palliative care is widely understood, integrated into health systems at all levels and underpinned by evidence in order to reduce pain and suffering across Africa

Early childhood counts : rights from the start

THE CONSULTATIVE GROUP ON EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT (ECCD GROUP)

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The Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care and Development, is a consortium of agencies, donors, NGOs and foundations that links with regional-based Early Childhood Care and Development networks involved in programming, research, policy-advocacy, monitoring and evaluation for young children (0-8) at risk in the South. It works actively to identify gaps, critical issues and emerging areas of need and interest related to ECCD . The site has useful information and contacts relating to children aged between 0-8 years.The library catalogue can be searched for useful publication details. Titles and abstracts as well as full documents can be downloaded

The Africa campaign on disability and HIV & AIDS

THE AFRICA CAMPAIGN ON DISABILITY AND HIV & AIDS

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This document gives a brief and condensed overview of the background and activities of the Africa Campaign on disability and HIV and AIDS. It is useful for everybody who would like to learn more about this disability and HIV and AIDS initiative

Disabled parents network

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Set up by disabled people, the aim of the website and of the Disabled Parents Network is to facilitate training, raise awareness, and provide a range of information and advice for disabled people who would like to become parents or are parents already

Include Repository of Accessible Digital Tools

European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD)

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The Include Repository is a platform of existing and freely available digital tools that can support inclusive and accessible education for all learners in remote settings. This repository includes resources for the creation and presentation of accessible digital content. Alongside providing accessibility solutions for specific user needs and disabilities, it also aims to provide tools for use in high and low-resource environments.

 

This platform aims to provide a single catalogue of tools and resources, in one location, for teaching professionals and students to make their content more accessible or more easily access teaching materials. With the tools on this platform users can:

  • Produce content in more accessible formats.
  • Better meet the special education needs of learners.
  • Be empowered to access learning materials more independently

 

This platform has been developed by EASPD and the Inclusive University Digital Education (InclUDE) project

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