The International Foundation of Applied Disability Research (FIRAH) in collaboration with Orange Foundation and UEFA Foundation for children are launching a new Call for Applied Research Projects on Autism and New Technologies in 2017.
Project Call summary
The projects call emphasises applied research as an essential component for providing solutions and innovations that are in accordance with the needs and expectations of people with autism, their families and professionals working with them. This call will prioritise evaluation and the sharing of existing solutions against the development of new applications. Organisations submitting project proposals must be located in one of the following six countries: France, Belgium, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Ireland. International cooperation between two or more of these six countries and/or with other countries will be favourably received. Projects must focus on children between the ages of 2 and 18 and special attention must be given to early childhood.
The total amount provided to selected projects will be a maximum of 100 000 euros and should be conducted over a maximum period of 2 years.
More details about the content of the letter of intent and selection criteria can be found in the Call for projects Autism and New Technologies FIRAH and the Autism and new technologies Form LI FR AP2017 uk documents.
More resources and information can be found on the FIRAH website.
with thanks to Ouriel Grynszpan