Projet "The impact of intermodal training on the cognitive capacities of indi-viduals with handicaps"

Individuals with cognitive deficits have a fundamental interest in working and becoming financially independent and socially integrated, but they often lack the cognitive and practical capacities to do so. The factories of the AMIPI Foundation – Bernard Vendre are work environments designed to enable individuals with cognitive disabilities to improve their cognitive functions, as well as their overall emotional, social and economic well-being. The pioneering pedagogical approach developed by and applied in the AMIPI factories solicits a variety of different cognitive capacities in workers with cognitive handicaps and is key to the success of the AMIPI Foundation to enable individuals to progress cognitively, physically and emotionally. This study will evaluate and describe in a scientific manner the cognitive progress of individuals working at the inclusive AMIPI “learning” factories.

Duration
2018 – present

Collaborators

  • Banta Lavenex, Pamela, professeure extraordinaire, Swiss Distance University Institute
  • Fondation AMIPI – Bernard Vendre, France
  • Potier, Marie-Claude, PhD, Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle, Sorbonne Université, Paris
  • Blandin, Marie-Laure, Fondation AMIPI – Bernard Vendre
  • Gaborieau, Caroline, Fondation AMIPI – Bernard Vendre
  • Lavenex, Pierre, Ph.D., Laboratory of Brain and Cognitive Development, Institute of Psychology, University of Lausanne

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