Technology is the medium for both service providers and beneficiaries that can help them on their way to independent living.

For this reason, it is important for organizations providing services to people with disabilities to adopt and promote full digital inclusion, ensuring that everyone can enjoy the benefits of Assistive Technology (AT) or Person Centered Technology (PCT).

People with disabilities must be involved in the process of designing and developing applications in order to express their needs themselves. In this way their digital and social inclusion will be achieved.

Widespread use of technology will also “free up” human resources in the welfare sector ensuring that professionals will continue to provide quality services to those most in need.

The “NET” promotes the development and exchange of good practices that will contribute to the provision of better services that will have a direct impact on the lives of people with disabilities, those around them, professionals and consequently the whole society.

The members of the working team are the following:

Annie Apostolopoulou (ELEPAP)
Anastasios Aristotelous (Organisation for the Protection of Persons with Autism–P.D.D. of the prefecture of Kastoria)
Giorgos Grimas (ELEPAP)
Clervie Zeo (Estia Agios Nikolaos)
Ourania Zoi-Mitsi (Amimoni)
Elli Kafritsa (MARGARITA VTC)
Panagiotis Korfoxyliotis (Association of Parents, Guardians and Friends of PwD “To Ergastiri”)
Polyxeni Kourasti (Child and Adolescent’s Center)
Aggeliki Louloumari (Ploes)
Zoi Melachri (Panhellenic Association of Adapted Activities “ALMA”)
Chrysoula Papakyriakou (Association of Parents Guardians & Friends of People with Autism Larissa Prefecture – Greece)
Katerina Panagiotopoulou (Cerebral Palsy Greece/Open Door)
Kostis Prouskas (Estia Agios Nikolaos)
Nektaria Sifaki (“THEOTOKOS” Foundation)
Eleni Christodoulou (“PAMMAKARISTOS” Foundation for Child)

Contact the working team