Accessible DIstance LEarning

Promoting the empowerment and social inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities (PWID) with the accessibility of ICT tools for distance learning. Contributing to the removal of social barriers and obstacles, through learning activities aimed at promoting civic education in a logic of inclusion for PWID.

As stated in the “Strategy for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities 2021-2030,” there are still many barriers for persons with disabilities in terms of access to health care, education, employment, recreation, as well as in participation in political life, which limit their participation in society on an equal basis with others.

The Covid-19 pandemic has amplified barriers and inequalities (UN Resources on Persons with Disabilities and COVID-19). People with disabilities have suffered from isolation due to social distancing rules, while limited accessibility of ICT tools, distance learning, and access to information related to COVID-19 have led to a deterioration in their quality of life.

The use of distance learning tools to address these gaps proved to be a viable solution, but several problems emerged regarding the accessibility of currently existing virtual platforms for PWID.

Specific Objectives


Of define educational pathway for PWIDs, specifically focused these acquisition of skill and at abilities improving autonomy, their actives citizenship, media literacy, democratic values, exercise of rights.


Develop accessibles educational platform dedicated to PWIDs, in simplified language, in order to foster equal opportunities from distance learning.


ADILE Toolkit

ADILE will develops online training course dedicated to PWIDs with these improving their understanding in world around them and their increase autonomy.

ADILE Educational Platform

The platform constitutes that central node of project, which there accessible distance model of education proposed by ADILE will be experimented.

ADILE Guidelines

ADILE guidelines these establishments of European model for e-accessible distance learn for people, with thought intellectual disabilities.

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