The ACCESS to Leisure project aims to develop and test out a complex training package focused on the theme of inclusive leisure time. The aim of the package is to enable people with learning disabilities to spend their free time engaging in activities they like, and to motivate others in their environment to do the same.
The Hand in Hand Foundation has been working since 1993 for a tolerant society in which the individuals with disabilities can live with dignity. Our primary task is to promote the cause of the people with disability, especially the ones who live with mental disability and the most disadvantaged backgrounds as well as the ones living with multiple disabilities. We have contact with the disabled people via their environment, directly and indirectly, in all phases of their lives involving family, experts and welfare organizations or by addressing the society as a whole.
Our main principles
- reforming, continually improving, conscious and planned system
- professional credibility and maintainable quality
- system-based and multipliable solutions
- accountability and transparency