Thank you for your registration for the webinar “From invisible to visible - from the institution to the community“, organised by The CARe Network.
The event will be held on Friday 19.3.2021 from 15.00 – 16.30h CET. The room will be open 30 minutes before the webinar starts. We kindly ask you to join in advance, so we may start the event on time.
For joining the webinar please use the link below:
Meeting ID: 928 1591 9205
Usually it works without any problems, you just press the link and you are connected. Sometimes download of the zoom application is needed. If you are not familiar with zoom, please find more information here:
The program of the webinar:
As we proposed we will share with you personal stories of people with psychosocial disability who experienced the transition from institutional to community living. We will present and discuss the successes and hardships of deinstitutionalization from the professional perspective using examples from Croatia, Czech Republic and Hungary.
There will be space for the discussion in smaller groups and with the presenters, so you may join and share your experiences as well. We would like to create an open space for different perspectives because we believe it is important.
16.00 - Welcoming and presenting the program
16.10 - 16.20 – The results of an experimental “Diary project” delivered in a psychiatric institution in Hungary (Zsuzsa Kondor)
16.20 - 16.30 – The experiences from NGOs and social welfare home in transition in Croatia (Radmila Stojanovic Babic, Martina Baiocco)
16.30 - 16.40 – The tips and tricks to overcome obstacles during transformation of the long term living facility to community recovery oriented service in The Czech Republic (Jana Pluhaříková Pomajzlová)
16.40 - 17.00 - working in smaller groups
17.00 - 17.30 – final reflection and closing
The main room with the speaker's presentations and discussion will be recorded for our internal purposes. The record may be used for training and public relations.
The webinar is free of charge with the possibility of donation. We hold on the recovery principle of joint reciprocity and mutual support. We would like to share our experiences and expertise with you and if you have the resources and you are willing to support our activities, we appreciate that. The amount of financial participation is up to your possibilities, any participation is welcome.
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