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MINCE Curriculum for disability care workers

Language: EN
Document available also in: DE BG HR PL PT SL

Posted by Karin KICKER-FR...

The MINCE project aims at fostering the inclusion of people with severe intellectual disability by emphasizing the learning process of society in the development of a Model of Inclusive Community Education.

The MINCE Curriculum for care workers is the result of the Focus Groups’ work. These Focus Groups were comprised of care workers and other stakeholders and aimed at identifying the key areas that should be mastered by care workers to act as facilitators for the community inclusion of people with severe intellectual disabilities.


Part I:

Community Inclusion and severe intellectual disabilities

The MINCE Curriculum for care workers

Part II:

Module 1 – Framework

Module 2 – Professionalism and Ethics

Module 3 – Empowerment and Ethics

Module 4 – Communication

Module 5 – Person Centred Planning

Module 6 – Quality of life

Module 7 – Community Inclusion


Website: Lebenshilfe | MINCE

Resource Author(s): 
MINCE - Model for Inclusive Community Education [Hrsg.]
Publication Date:
Wednesday, 1 November, 2017
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Type of resource: 
Open Educational Resources
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