1 DISABLED STUDENTS IN ERASMUS ERASMUS OUTGOING STUDENT COORDINATOR EUROPEAN AND INTERNATIONAL CENTER
2 TOPIC : Mobility of a disabled student in To Trier University, Germany From Istanbul Kültür University Turkey
3 AIM : Share Experience (Not many cases, lack of guidance) Try to find answers Pose more questions to be answered Further Steps : UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR EXCHANGE : HANDBOOK INCREASING PARTICIPATION OF DISABLED STUDENTS!
4 HOW : Focus on : All phases of mobility Challenges, solutions, what should have been done GENERAL STEPS can be followed in everycase
5 CONTENT : 1. Who is Özgür? 2. Phases of Mobility a. How it all started b. Getting Ready! c. Mobility 3. Questions for Further Discussion
6 WHO IS ÖZGÜR? Istanbul Kültür University English Language and Literature 3rd year Student
7 REASON OF DISABILITY : Cerebral Hemorrhage (caused by an artery bursts in the brain ) Disability Rate: %92 Hearing, seeing, talking loss Problem in walking, standing, using hands, keeping balance
8 HOW IT ALL STARTED : What should have been done : Proper announcements : SUPPORT IS AVALIABLE Özgür came to office and asked whether she can participate in a mobility!
9 HOW IT ALL STARTED : What should have been done : Limited Time Specific Form with detailed questions Cooperation with Disability Support Units of Unv. DEFINING NEEDS : no `To Do List Different kinds of Disability = Different Needs
10 HOW IT ALL STARTED What should have been done : Discussing when the agreement was initiated Template should include: Accessibility + Quata Announcement on Internet Database : A new one & Adding to existing ones? Search for Accessible Partners : TRIER UNIVERSITY!
11 GETTING READY : What we did : Sending Institution : Informing, Posing Questions (Campus facilities, Physical Therapy Oppurtunities, National/Local Legislations as regards to rights ) Receiving Institution : Research, Preparations
12 GETTING READY : TRIER UNIVERSITY, GERMANY : CARSTEN KLUGER AZİZ YÜKSEK Good Partership - Supportive Coordinators
13 GETTING READY : Facilitated accommodation (inside campus) : Accessiblity of Cities Research for Professional Assistance : not covered by insurance & high cost : Not an option Her Mother as companion PROBLEMS : visa, health insurance, residence permit, proof of income
14 Finally in Trier!
15 MOBILITY / Orientation : Getting used to the Campus and Trier Learning the roads to use Re-arranging the room Orientation Program : Places/Old Buildings (impossible entrances, stairs - no elevators), Roads (High pavements / old) finding disability entrance
16 MOBILITY / Courses : Faculty Members should be informed can not take notes & write needs to get notes from another student needs to type on computer hearing loss on one ear needs to sit where she can hear Attendance Problems (easily get ill, snow)
17 MOBILITY / Constant Support Problems with electiricity to charge her chair Broken automatic chair Snow impossible to transport
18 ACCESSIBLE EXCHANGE Further Topics for Discussion What else can be done to increase the participation of disabled students and facilitate their mobility? What is the role of International Coordinators, National Legislations, EU Support? Further Comments.
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