9 Feb, 2022

​Toolbox: to be or not to be a personal assistant to a family member?

The Toolbox ‘To be or not to be a personal assistant to a family member’ was developed as part of a transnational cooperation project with 4 core partners including COFACE Disability member Magenta. The toolbox is indeed a co-creation involving the insight and expertise of 150 stakeholders collected through:
• Exploratory focus groups
• In-depth focus groups
• Interviews
• Feedback group
• Workgroups: informative tools
• Test panels (in group and “home alone”)
• Illustrators, graphic designers, video editing, music, excel
experts
For an introduction to the toolbox, download the PowerPoint presentation here (in Dutch and English) and learn more about the project in the video below (Dutch):

Comments and suggestions are welcome via mail to magentatobe@kuleuven.be.

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