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Our
project

The atHOME project has two main objectives. First,  to allow home helpers to validate a European benchmark of both technical and cross-functional skills. Second objective, to develop interaction and cooperation between the various health and medico-social actors working with elderly people at home.
With this in mind, the home help professionals contributed to the creation and assembly of the atHOME project by sharing the knowledge and skills acquired on a daily basis.
The European Agenda for Adult Education and Training – AEFA – mapped 12 competencies in a guide “Assessing cross-curricular competencies”. These skills were then decrypted and adapted for the home-based professions within the atHOME project, resulting in several achievements.

A MOOC and tutorials to acquire the 12 basic skills defined by the AEFA by adapting them to the situations encountered in the field by home helpers.
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A mobile application to strengthen exchanges between speakers at home.
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A film presenting the home help profession in order to promote it and make it attractive.
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Programme ERAMUS+ Partenariat stratégique
Projet n° 2017-1-FR01-KA202-037233 financé avec
le soutien de la communauté économique européenne. Cette publication n'engage que son auteur et la Commission n'est pas responsable de l'usage qui pourrait être fait des informations qui y sont contenues.

Our
partners

ODPS

Founded in 1964, ODPS is a social solidarity private institution based in Porto. It is the result of the combined wills of the Porto diocese, the local government and the Higher Institute for Social Service of Porto.

CFS

Active since 1987 in continuing education projects, Collectif Formation Société is a non-profit association convinced of the necessity to facilitate access to education and culture for all, in order to build a fairer society, more democratic and united, in a perspective of equality and social progress.

PLS

Pour la Solidarité is an independent European « Think and Do Tank » committed to promoting solidarity and sustainability in Europe, defending and strengthening the European social model, subtle balance between economic growth and social justice.

AMSADHG

This non-profit organization from Haute Garonne in France was created in 2012 with the merger of three homecare associations of more than 20 years of existence. Its work in the health and social sector is to support elderly and disabled people to stay at home.

irfss
Nouvelle-Aquitaine

The IRFSS, created in 1950 and located in Bègles, is one of the training institutes of the French Red Cross. It covers the training of professionals in healthcare, social welfare, emergency assistance and professional risks. The French Red-Cross is both an association, with over 53 000 volunteers fighting precariousness for over 150 years, and a non-profit organisation with over 17 000 employees and 600 establishments in healthcare and social welfare training.

UPNA

Created in 1987 by the Navarre Parliament, UPNA is a public University operating on 2 campuses located in Pamplona and Tudela. The quality of its teaching and research activities makes it one of Spain’ leading universities.

IPP

The Polytechnic Institute of Porto is a public institution for higher education created in 1955. With more than 18 500 students, it is by far the most important polytechnic institute of Portugal. IPP is interdisciplinary and includes a school for Health professions covering a large spectrum of scientific knowledge.

(200 PARTICIPANTS)

A few
figures

26

months
project

7

partners

(ODPS, CFS, PLS, AMSADHG,
IFRSS NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE,
UPNA, IPP)

4

countries

(BELGIUM, SPAIN,
FRANCE, PORTUGAL)

4

intellectual
outputs

(MOOC + TUTORIALS
+ FILM + MOBILE APP)

1270

hours
of work

2

European
conferences

321085

euros
subsidy
from the EU

2

Training
activities

50 HOME HELPERS,
STUDENTS AND TRAINERS

Contact
us

contact

IRFSS AQUITAINE
22-25, rue des Terres Neuves
33130 Bègles
France