ISNA-mse.org

Aims of Isna-mse

Cooperation:

 

- between the different professions

 

- with institutions

 

- with international Snoezelen organizations

 

- with parents unions

 

- with social workers from prison and department for drug addicts

 

 

Circulation:

 

- of the idea of Snoezelen

 

- publications on the internet about Snoezelen

 

- information in magazines and books

 

- regular meetings and congresses

 

- help with building up and support national organizations

 

- forum for discussion on the homepage http://www.isna-mse.org

 

- link to selected homepages

 

Continuing education:

 

- courses, subject –days

 

- international accepted additional skill

 

- advice for the members

 

- disposition of the venues for international qualification „Snoezelen“ in all federal states

 

- International Qualification “Snoezelen” in English

 

- international venues for qualification „Snoezelen“

 

- opening of the international qualification “Snoezelen” for advanced training from teachers

 

- increase of tutoring pool

 

Science:

 

- development of a curriculum

 

- Acceptation as a treatment in pedagogic intervention

 

- Acceptation as a treatment in therapeutic intervention

 

- Acceptation to intercommunicate

 

- development of research projects

 

- Publications ( English, German, French )

 

 

Advancement :

 

Advancement : - co – operation with firms without additions

 

- proposals for the development of new equipment

 

- compiling a list of people and facilities around the world, who are active in Snoezelen

 

- compiling existing and ongoing scientific research projects

 

- building up of information pool, independent of companies

 

- building up of own information brochure

 

- development of an international concept for education

 

and further education, accepted worldwide

 

- co-operation with companies of resources for equipment of Snoezelen rooms with especially

 

needs of visual impaired people and multi – disabled below the aspect of Augmentative and

 

Alternative Communication