MODEL FOR FAIR TRAVELING OF FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN AFFECTED BY BEHAVIORAL DISTURBS

Authors

  • Liga Danilane Rezekne Academy of Technologies

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17770/er2020.2.5368

Keywords:

Fair traveling, parents of children with behavioural disturbs, social educator, special education

Abstract

Often, parents of children with special needs choose not to venture anywhere. They frequently avoid travels since they are unaware of how to get the accommodations they need during the journey. On the other hand, companies that offer travel services, especially micro-companies, don’t know the needs of families with children with special needs.

The research was carried out within the project " Eliminating Social Inclusion" EliSE Nr. 2019-1-LV01-KA204-060427. The principal objective of the EliSE project is supporting parents of children with behavioral disturbs realizing an educational parent-training module for “fair traveling” in European countries and an educational toolkit.

Accordingly, the primary target group of this project is represented by social educators that will be trained on how to train parents of children with behavioral disturbs (parent-training).

 

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Published

04.02.2021