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Romanian Association for people with disabilities


Romania Association "H Foundation" for Distance Learning of People with Disabilities is a non-governmental, non for profit, apolitical organization who was created in 1991.

Equal chances

Our mission is to assure equal chances of education and instruction for disadvantaged (physically, ethnically, socially or geographically) children and adults and for specialists which working with these.

Vocational education and training (VET)

We created "Euro H" center for vocational education and training (VET), informing and counseling of young people with disabilities in the frame of Leonardo Da Vinci Programme of European Union called "Vocational Training by ODL of Young People with a Locomotory Disadvantage", 2002-2004, contractor and promoter: Association "H Foundation" - Romania.

Modern teaching methods - e-Learning and blending learning

Association "H Foundation" use ultimates teaching and learning methods providing to users e-Learning platforms and blending learning courses: e-learning platform.

Adult education - Life Long Learning

In the the frame of adults learning - life long learning we provide courses for people with disabilities, parents of children with disabilities, specialists who works with people with disabilities, front desk operators, disadvantaged people.

Romanian legislation for people with disabilities

Knowledge of legislation about people with disabilities is important that we provide the folowing link: legislation about people with disabilities.

EU-Assistant Project
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New Projects


01.10.2018 - PeerCare

Project number: 2018-1-ES01-KA204-050118

Short description of the project:

A major policy and social challenge in the European Union is the ageing of the population, and the need to ensure quality Long Term Care for the increasing numbers of dependent young and older citizens. A family caregiver is “anyone, women or men, who is not a professional caregiver but, by default or choice, cares for a dependent person in his/her immediate circle” (European Charter for Family Carers). Family carers across the EU provide over 80% of all care, with women providing approximately two thirds of care, often at the expense of their own personal, family and/or work life (European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research, Vienna, 2010).

The PeerCare project aims to contribute to reduce the “caregiver stress” symptoms by spreading a new approach for delivering informal training, feedback and support to family caregivers, through an online peer networking community with access to a training itinerary to improve Emotional Intelligence.