Webinaari Fepedan perhekyselyn tuloksista

Fedepa järjestää 3.3.2023 webinaarin, jossa se esittelee toteuttamansa perhekyselyn tuloksia. Kyselyllä selvitettiin Euroopassa asuvien kuulovammaisten lasten perheiden tarpeita.

Webinaari pidetään englanninkielellä. Löydät alta kutsun ja ilmoittautumisohjeet. Fepeda on vuonna 1990 perustettu eurooppalainen kuulovammaisten lasten vanhempien kattojärjestö, jonka jäseniä ovat kansalliset vanhempainliitot.

On the World Hearing Day The European Federation of Parents of Hearing-Impaired Children invites you to the public presentation of FEPEDA Research Findings from the Questionnaire to Investigate the Needs of Families of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children across Europe, 2020-2021.

PURPOSE: Share with main stakeholders the research findings from the answers of 1.273 European families with a deaf or hard-of-hearing child and show the evolution carried out in the last 20 years in Europe

AUDIENCE: European and national lawmakers and representatives of public administrations, international, European and national representatives of organisations of people with disabilities, in general, and with a hearing disability in particular, and professionals involved in hearing loss and parents of deaf and hard-of-hearing children

DATE:  Friday, March 3rd at 10:00 AM (Central European Time)

DURATION: 1 hour


ACCESSIBILITY: English captioning and international sign language

SPEAKERS:  Introduction by André Cuenca, President of FEPEDA and presentation by Sari Paloposki, Vice President of FEPEDA and Research project manager

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More about FEPEDA: Founded in 1990, FEPEDA is a non-governmental umbrella organisation set up to represent associations of parents and friends of Deaf and Hard of Hearing children at a European level.  It promotes the equal rights of Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and young people and their families across Europe in order to contribute to a fully inclusive European Society, where Deaf and Hard of Hearing children, young people and their families have equality of opportunity and participation. www.fepeda.eu