Can disability and work be compatible? During the final conference of the project “Be Able” it was proved that such question can not exist. Even though the unemployment of disabled people is a very actual problem in Latvia and Lithuania
“My friend and work colleague lost her hands and legs [both were amputated after an infection that started when she injured her leg]. After this accident … she has reconciled with her disability very well and was able to work
The Academic Network of European Disability experts (ANED) was established by the European Commission in 2008 to provide scientific support and advice for its disability policy Unit. In particular, the activities of the Network will support the future development of
To increase availability of nature tourism for disabiled people in bordering regions by adapting of infrastructure and educating touris service providers. Action is aimed at solving the folloving cross-border problems – a lack of nature tourism infrastructure for people with
May 30-31 days were people with disabilities third theater festival-contest “Begasas”. This year the event is on the disabled theater cultivators of Arthur Šablauskas (1963-2012), and Lavena social care home residents theater troupe leader Gintaras Kutkauskui (1959-2013). The festival aims
In the city of Vilnius near the road Vilnius–Naujoji Vilnia at Puckoriai locality the outcrop in Lithuania (approximately 63 m of height and 260 m long) of Quaternary (Pleistocene) rocks opens in the valley of Vilnia River, the left tributary
For the sole responsibility of the European Commission Vice-President Viviane Reding, the year 2013 is best suited for disabled European city awards were presented Berlin. The award is given for a comprehensive, strategic approach to the city of Berlin design
State Studies Foundation for the project “Studies ensuring access for students with special needs,” attracts more and more Lithuanian high school students. 2012 autumn semester vouchers (520 per month) was for 701 Lithuanian high school student who has special needs.