- A project of five stories that aims to explain the neurobiological basis of
specific and non-specific developmental disorders and to offer didactic
and structured contents that help to work on them.
- A collection that will allow families to involve their children in play and
social interaction, thus contributing to the perception of self-efficacy and
Valencia May 11, 2023. Earlybrain is a new Erasmus+ project co-funded by the
EU, with which professionals from Spain, Belgium and Italy will develop the first
collection of stories with children from 0 to 6 years old will be able to identify
and work on the deficits of their specific developmental disorders.
A project of five stories that has a double objective, according to its creators, on
the one hand, to explain the neurobiological basis of specific and non-specific
disorders to help families, caregivers and teachers to better understand the
situation they are facing. And, on the other hand, to offer didactic and structured
contents that allow them to work on these disorders. Contents that will be of
great use for both families and caregivers as well as for the educational
environment, so that everyone can act as active agents of change.
Through the stories and audiobooks that this Erasmus+ project will create,
professionals and families will receive the necessary tools to be able to better
respond to the different situations that represent the daily challenges of these
children. In addition, thanks to the purpose of creating the educational content,
which this project has, and the detailed information it will offer on each of the
types of neurodevelopmental disorder it will address, EarlyBrain will also serve
other professionals working with these types of disorders, such as educators,
teachers, psychologists, social workers and therapists, among others.
A set of contents that will contribute to increase the competences, skills and
strategies of European families and caregivers to identify early problems or
deficits, manage children’s behavior in the course of daily routines and improve
their skills to involve their children in play and social interaction, thus
contributing to the perception of self-efficacy and increased well-being.
EarlyBrain has just started and will end in October 2025, thanks to the support
of several European partners, such as the European Association of Service
providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) from Belgium, the Istituto di
Gestalt HCC Human Communication Center Italy (GESTALT) and the Telice
Magnetic Anomaly Foundation.