Last week took place the second course of the adapted theoretical part of the driving license in FSL (French Sign Language) for 10 beneficiaries of the APEDA association, Association des Parents d'Enfants Déficients Auditifs.
At the end of this intensive internship, 3 young people successfully passed their exams thanks to the specific method set up for people with cognitive or motor disabilities. This method, developed with an occupational therapist, allowed Hocine, Riday and Remy to obtain their traffic regulations exam. Congratulations!
The PSA Foundation supports this association, winner of the 2019 Mobility & Integration call for projects.
Methodological Guide of Social Garages Edition 2019
The PSA Foundation and the Engineering Agency to develop the Social and Solidarity Economy (Avise) publish the 2019 edition of their…
The PSA Foundation has signed a three-year partnership with the Production Schools
for the deployment of the project: "A young person, a diploma, a driving license, a job"