Third Objective 

Development of joint leaning schemes

Improve access to information and knowledge and promote social inclusion for disabled individuals and develop the local capacity for change by proposing training courses scheme that targets healthcare professionals, parents, children, and the general public in the field of re-adaptation of children. An evaluation of the rehabilitation intervention the health system perspective is carried out.The evaluation potentially delivers a foundation for a perspective remuneration of the expenses associated with the intervention and can later be used to assess cost-efficiency of the intervention . 

Activity 1

Technical learning scheme 

The Key messages for the technical learning scheme is cutting-edge technical learning session on exoskeleton modules and smart garments to disseminate new knowledge in control, motorization, sensors, and signal processing.The target audience is defined as :

​➥ Technical professionals and SME interested in learning about advancements in exoskeleton technology, motorization, and sensor applications.

​➥ Engineers and healthcare professionals looking for knowledge on rehabilitation innovative technologies.

Activity 2

Learning for Rehabilitation at hospital and Home 

The key messages of the learning scheme for rehabilitation at hospital and home is specialized training for physiotherapists and healthcare professionals on best practices in exoskeletonassisted rehabilitation and new home rehabilitation programs for pediatric neurological patients and their parents.

For this task the target audience includes physiotherapists, occupational therapists and healthcare professionals looking for knowledge on rehabilitation best practices and innovative protocols, parents, and children.


Activity 3

Learning scheme for digital transition

The Key Messages for the learning scheme for digital transition is training sessions focusingon IT use and remote monitoring. 

The target Audience are physiotherapists, occupational therapists, healthcare professionals, parents, and children as well as computer ùaintenance staff at specialized rehabilitation centers. 

Activity 4


Develop a communication plan to promote, communicate the benefits and key messages of the learning programs to the target audience and regularly update the promotional materials.


Activity 5 

Long-Term Effects

Collaborate with educational institutions, healthcare organizations, and professional associations to integrate the learning program into their existing policies and practices. We will try to integrate training program into existing policies and practices from institutions involved in RE:HOME, JUNIA, SMK, KU Leuven and HS Gesundheit. 

Activity 6

Health-economic evaluation 

An evaluation of the rehabilitation intervention with regards to the associated resource consumptions from the care providers’ perspective respectively the health system perspective is carried out.