The Mob4All Guidelines have been designed to support mobility officers, academic and non-academic staff and tutor students/buddies in adopting, adapting and implementing procedures to guide, accommodate, support and integrate students with special needs in international mobility.
The purpose of the Guidelines is to support Higher Education Institutions and the network of actors involved in a mobility to create a safe and accessible environment for all students, keeping in mind that each Institution is different from the others and being honest in the process: there are structural obstacles that cannot be overcome.
The content of the Guidelines was gathered from the experience of Mob4All partners, gained from engaging with students with special needs and their expertise in mobility and education.
The Guidelines are divided in two parts. The first one is structured following the 3 different phases of any mobility (Before, During and After) from the perspective of both the sending and the receiving higher education institution. It is important to underline that the implementation of high quality inclusive mobilities needs a direct collaboration between the sending and the receiving institutions, at all phases of the experience.
The second part is divided into four sections, each focusing on mobility challenges related to a specific macro-group of disabilities and special needs: Physical disabilities; Hearing and visual impairment; Dyslexia; Autism, attention deficit and mental health.
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