Project holder guides, in French “Guides du Porteur de Projet” for national funds 2019 (article 3.1.3, page 12) and for European funds 2019 and 2020 (article 4.1.9, page 18), updated every year, specify that institutions take all useful measures to enable mobility of people suffering from a severe disability or having specific needs.
Under the national and European programmes, people with disabilities are defined as potential participants whose personal conditions at physical, mental levels require a different financial support.
Any request of additional funds for this people may be introduced until 20 January, via the mobility relay of the department who will submit a request to the International Relations Commission (email@example.com).
Requests will be submitted on the National Agency’s platform of request for amendment and will be dealt with in chronological order of receipt and depending on the available budget. Supporting documents to keep are as follows: invoices of actual costs incurred specifying the name and address of invoice sender, the amount, the currency and dates of the invoices.
For instance, students could ask for the following aids (beware that additional requests must also be covered by an invoice): adapted accommodation equipment (on the ground floor, for instance), travel assistance (accompanying the student during the journey), medical support (for example, a visit to the doctor once a week).
Beware that this request must be made long before the student departure, at the time of submitting the student’s mobility application, that is, at the latest on 20 January of the year before the mobility.
> For more information about the conditions for granting an individualised accompanying plan (“Plan d'Accompagnement Individualisé” (PAI) in French), please visit our web page dedicated to inclusive education.
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