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ONDAMIND – In order to do good, we start by feeling good.
Ondamind aims at improving the individual and relational process that allows usto live with a healthy mind and get a positive mindset to support the socialactions.
Our goal is to build resilience and change based on mindfulness approach andempathy; observing deeply our schemes of action, accept them in order toanalyze them with serenity and to find solutions according to our values.
Through a unique combination of mindfulness meditation and non – formaleducation, in group work and organizational intervention, we create occasions totrain an open and non-judging mind towards one’s experiences and diversities.


PROSVASI – The structures of KDAP MEA PROSVASI come to meet the unique needs ofevery person with a disability in the cities of Larissa, Karditsa, Kallithea, Tavroand Metamorfosi, Mytilene, Piraeus and in the Suburbs of Attica.
In ourstructures, the capabilities of each individual are first assessed and then weorganize an educational program that meets their uniqueness and needs.
Someof our activities are independent living, theatrical game, psychomotor education,visual art workshops, cooking workshops and also outdoors activities like hikingin nature and plenty of sports activities.
All our services and actions are completely free through the ‘Reconciliation ofFamily and Professional Life’; program of the National Strategic ReferenceFramework (NSRF).


CABPS – The Association of the Blind in Split, Croatia, is a non-governmental, non-profitorganization dedicated to individuals with special needs. CAPBS actively engagesin the development and implementation of projects at the local, national, andinternational levels, aiming directly at the personal and professional developmentof the blind. The Association was founded with the purpose of working for thecommon and public good of individuals with visual impairments. Its primary goalis to contribute to the creation of an equitable society by promoting humanrights, implementing anti-discrimination policies, and organizing public activitiesto foster individual understanding, acceptance, and respect for the differences ofpeople with disabilities, especially those with limited vision. Croatia – CAPBS.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which my be made of the information contained therein. [Project Number: 2021-2-IT03-KA210-YOU-000045090]