The project will develop the following products:
- Database with key technical concepts, adapted to easy to read and understand and in 5 languages. O1.
- Manual aimed at professionals in heritage sector. A guide with practical advice and instructions so that cultural heritage in all its dimensions can be accessible to all people. O2.
- Training action on cognitive accessibility, of short duration, aimed at professionals in the heritage sector, which will be based on the manual and Acceasy methods. It will offer guidelines and recommendations to make the heritage accessible, applicable in their daily activities.
- Training course aimed at people who work with people with intellectual disabilities (educators) to incorporate accessible heritage in leisure, therapeutic and personal development programs of people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
As complementary to the previous ones, the following training activities will be developed:
C1. Short-term workshop aimed at trainers who will train professionals in the heritage sector (to test and validate the training materials). 15 people will be trained as trainers in heritage accessibility, capable of training professionals in the cultural heritage sector in cognitive accessibility;
C2. Short-term workshop aimed at heritage professionals (to test or validate the proposed methodology). 16 heritage professionals from participating countries will be sensitized and trained in cognitive accessibility;
C3. Short-term workshop aimed at professionals working with people with intellectual disabilities to incorporate heritage in their leisure, therapeutic and personal development programs. 15 teachers / educators of people with intellectual disabilities or cognitive difficulties will be trained in European cultural heritage.
- A sensitization campaign will be developed at European level, through social networks, based on the documentation of good practices and improvement proposals, this will be designed and developed by PID themselves and will lead to a guide of Good Practices.
At the end of the project, at least 5 elements of European cultural heritage will be accessible from a cognitive perspective, one in each of the participating locations.
Throughout the project, the aim of the involved partners is to build up a European Network for a European Accessible Cultural Heritage.