Zero Project in collaboration with the European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) conducted a Europe-wide study concerning innovative practices in Early Childhood Intervention.


Theotokos Foundation’s Early Intervention Program “Mitis” was chosen among 32 nominations as one of the 8 Best Practices in Central and Eastern Europe.

Ms. Aphrodite Korogiannaki, Developmental Psychologist MSc and Systemic Family Therapist, represented the program at EASPD’s Annual Conference in Moldavia where she conducted a workshop.

You can see all the results of Zero Project’s study and the analysis of Innovative Practices in Early Childhood Intervention here:

On page 39 you can read the article about Theotokos Foundation’s Early Intervention Program titled “Step by step into inclusive kindergarten and school” 

or open the article   here