Who we are


Theotokos Foundation-Coordinator

THEOTOKOS Foundation is a non-profit, welfare organisation that provides rehabilitation services for children and young adults with developmental intellectual disabilities and autism. It has been operating since 1963 and is the largest service of its kind in Greece. The Foundation provides services to individuals aged 2 ½ to 35 years and supports their family environments. The scope of work is education, therapy and training with the aim of facilitating full participation in society. Programmes are person-centred and supported by interdisciplinary teams. Areas of specific expertise include special needs education, early intervention, daily living skills development, pre-vocational and vocational training, and promotion towards Supported Employment.
The values that underpin our services are respect of human rights, inclusion and empowerment in order to ensure equal participation in education, training, work, society and life.


European Platform for Rehabilitation (EPR)

The European Platform for Rehabilitation (EPR) is a network of service providers to people with disabilities committed to high quality service delivery. It is active at the European level in the fields of employment, education and training, vocational rehabilitation, social care, medical rehabilitation with cross-cutting expertise on co-production, quality of services, quality of life and mental health. The goal of EPR is to assist its member organisations to provide sustainable, high quality services through mutual learning and training activities. EPR has 29 members from 19 countries. Members are not-for-profit or governmental leading service providers at local or regional level or national umbrella associations. Over the last 25 years, EPR has built up extensive practical experience in transnational cooperation in the fields of VET, employment, employment re-integration, research and development, innovation and ICT-based learning, and quality standards in the sector, among others.


The Rehab Group

Rehab is an independent voluntary organization providing services and support for people with disabilities for more than 70 years. We are an internationally recognized and pioneering charity, enabling more than 10,000 people with disabilities to live lives of their choosing. We are a campaigning organization that advocates on behalf of the people who use our services and their families. Our mission is to help change the lives of the people we serve by helping them to become more independent and more included in their communities by empowering them with the skills and confidence to be active in the workforce, and supporting them to be in charge of their health and wellness.


Mariaberg e.V.

Mariaberg e.V. is a non-profit association with a rich history, operating since 1847. It stands as one of the oldest providers of complex needs services in Germany. Serving as a trans-regional center, Mariaberg e.V. offers a wide range of community-based and residential services in the areas of youth welfare, disability services, and health care.

The organization provides comprehensive packages that encompass various aspects of support, including accommodation services, educational institutions, and employment opportunities in sheltered workshops. Additionally, Mariaberg e.V. serves as an educational provider for apprenticeships, advanced education, and further training. It also operates a vocational college, supplemented by social services when needed. The scope of services extends across all age groups and caters to individuals with diverse disabilities and health conditions.
With a dedicated team of 1700 employees, Mariaberg e.V. serves approximately 2700 users across five rural districts. The organization prides itself on offering inclusive assistance and support to individuals, regardless of the severity of their disabilities.


Fundación INTRAS

Fundación INTRAS is a Spanish non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals with mental illness. With 29 assistance centers under its management and over 500 professionals employed, the foundation offers a wide range of services to its clients.

These services encompass various areas such as housing, vocational training, psychosocial rehabilitation, labor insertion, culture, and leisure. The organization is committed to adopting a recovery approach, empowering individuals with mental health issues to lead self-determined and self-confident lives.

Respecting human rights is a fundamental value for INTRAS, which is reflected in the provision of its services and programs within the framework of health and social services settings. Notably, since 2011, INTRAS has been awarded the European Excellence Seal +400, further highlighting its commitment to excellence.

Fundación INTRAS plays a crucial role in supporting and improving the well-being of individuals with mental illness, providing comprehensive assistance and promoting their autonomy and rights.