This e-Learning module aims to provide relevant information and explore how co-production approaches can be used to promote mental-health and wellbeing.
In order to do so, this e-learning module is divided in three sections: 1) coproduction, 2) Mental Health and 3) interlinks between the previous. Each section includes relevant resources such as policy papers, research, good practices, informative videos or testimonies. Each section is divided in “Thematic sub-sections”.
At the end of each section, a quiz will test your understanding of the content.
The target group of this e-Learning module is the general public but the content is also relevant for practicioners.
EPR is a network of service providers to people with disabilities committed to excellence and innovation through mutual learning. EPR contributes to a society where every person with a disability or other disadvantages accesses the highest quality services that create equal opportunities and independent participation in society. EPR activities go beyond traditional mutual learning exchanges. EPR members co-create and pilot innovative products, tools and methods to better meet the needs of clients, employers and funders. Professionals from EPR members gather to benchmark and analyse effectiveness in service provision over time; improving quality of services and quality of life for clients, as well as positively impacting their daily work experience. The goal of the network is to assist its member organisations to achieve continuous professional improvement, best practice and sustainable growth in every aspect of service delivery to people with disabilities and other disadvantages.