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Home > Arhiva > 2017 > Numar: 2 > Learning to Adults in Recovery from Addictions – Innovative Practices at European Level

 Learning to Adults in Recovery from Addictions – Innovative Practices at European Level

    by:
  • Claudia Varga (“Christiana” Medical Christian Philantropical Association, Salcâmului street, no. 20, Cluj-Napoca, E-mail: clauvarga@gmail.com)
  • Nicoleta Amariei (“Christiana” Medical Christian Philantropical Association, Salcâmului street, no. 20, Cluj-Napoca, E-mail: nicoleta@stdimitrie.org)
  • Mihaela Stânceanu (“Christiana” Medical Christian Philantropical Association, Ovidiu street, no. 28, Cluj-Napoca, 0748226312, E-mail: m_ciuchita@yahoo.fr)
  • Ion Copoeru (Center for Ethics and Health Policy, University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Gr.T. Popa” Iaşi, str. Buna Vestire, Nr. 4, 700455 Iaşi, Romania. Tel: +40 232 267751.)

Although the role of learning in the recovery process has been highlighted there is limited evidence to inform adult learning practice with people in addiction recovery and no data which specifically identifies the barriers they experience or how to support them as adult learners. One of the major issue to which policy makers and practitioners in the field of addiction and recovery are confronted is the lack of specific data concerning the access of adults in recovery to learning resources that enable them to recover and re-integrate in the society. The article will support an understanding of the part played by adult education in an individual’s recovery process and provide a way in which people in recovery could be supported to engage in adult education opportunities. The results presented were obtained in focus groups delivered in 5 European countries from service users and providers on what they require from an access to learning course and identify key aspects for developing such a course. The pilot course was delivered in all 5 countries and is the base of a core and culture-specific course content intervention framework and which can be delivered across the EU.


Keywords: addiction, recovery, learning, adult education, employability