Accompanied by Léo Nouchi
, employment advisor at Misa and expert in the field of autism/asperger syndrome, the delegation was able to discover the Swedish social inclusion system and to take a step back from its daily practices.
Firstly, our delegation was given a presentation on the functioning of the Swedish social system by the municipal services of Stockholm.
Once this broader understanding of the local social care system acquired, AMSP
members had the opportunity to interact with their peers in several vocational schools such as Kungs Saga
, Stockholms Transport och Fordonstekniska
, St Eriks
. The participants were also able to observe the operation of various sheltered workshops such as Spånga Nord and Syd
and Liljeholmen Syd
. A visit to the Glasade Gangen
training restaurant showed how effective the Swedish inclusive system is.
Another example of a unique social structure, Medis 5
, presented its model of integration in the form of a moving and original interactive play. To round off this study mission, the delegation was received by the founder of Wilja group
To conclude this study tour, the association Attention and the school for the deaf and hearing-impaired Manillaskolan
presented their actions to help people with disabilities.