European Platform for Rehabilitation
A society where every person can co-create quality services that bring about equal opportunities for all, social inclusion and quality of life.
To build the capacity of our members to provide sustainable, high quality services in a competitive environment through mutual learning and training.
EPR activities go beyond traditional mutual learning exchanges. Professionals from EPR members gather to benchmark and analyse effectiveness in service provision; improving quality of services and quality of life for clients, as well as positively impacting their daily work experience. EPR members co-create and pilot innovative products, tools and methods to better meet the needs of clients, employers and funders.
Our membership today numbers 24 organisations from 17 countries, working towards achieving a society where every person can co-create quality services that bring about equal opportunities for all, social inclusion and quality of life.
Who are our members
Our members are service providers to people with disabilities committed to high quality service delivery in the fields of vocational education and training, employment integration and reintegration, medical rehabilitation and social care.
Our members are committed to outcome measurement, empowerment, professional development, improving organisational performance, innovation and they pledge to implement the UN Convention of the Rights of People with a Disability in their services. EPR members are known to have a high level of expertise in their service fields and are willing to share that expertise and inspiring practices with other members of the platform.
Profesores, estudiantes, investigadores de andragogía
Proyectos y asociaciones
Propósitos y objetivos:
One goal of this event is to promote mutual learning on providing quality services, including a focus on services relating to principles in the the European Pillar of Social Rights; facilitating exchanges on success factors and how to address challenges. Workshops will also give opportunities for participants to learn about methods to improve the quality of services and participants will be encouraged to network to create lasting connections.
Another goal of the conference is to discuss and make recommendations as to how actions at EU level could support quality social services in implementing the principles of the Pillar.