The EU funds a number of projects for disabled people. Here are some of them.
Catch links and integrates the world of artistic expression with the world of impairment and disability through different projects.
Based on the experience of the Norwegian choreographer Kjersti Engebrigtsen in dance with blind persons the aim is to link and integrate the world of artistic expression and the world of impairment and disabilities.
THE CLOWNDOCTORS – performing arts in hospital (AT)
Clowndoctors is a group of two actors, who visit the wards of hospitals and care homes to give three to five hour performances that are specially conceived for an audience of seriously ill children or people requiring special care.
This programme has also a very strong focus on supporting handicap and disadvantaged people, especially through the European Voluntary Service
One example from the European Voluntary Service is the Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children. The project takes place in KAAPV, a state institution located in a suburb of Athens, Greece, housing 88 multiply disabled children and young people who have been abandoned by their families.