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  • Language learning
  • Social inclusion
The project Take Care is offering a guide for migrants on issues related to healthcare which contains a language learning phrase book in Greek, a glossary in 17 languages which contains all the necessary information on the national health care system in the host country. It also offers a book with 12 thematic Units that include key-words, phrases and dialogues on health issues. The project also offers animated videos with short dialogues related to healthcare situations, extra vocabulary material in pdf format and in audio format and also online interactive exercises. The purpose is to support migrants develop their skills in health care by learning the language of the host country and thus to facilitate their process of integration.
Title Take Care-Health Care Language Guide for Migrants
Date launched 2012
Duration Completed (2 year project)
Type of Resource Videos / Electronic Guide/Handbook
Purpose Social inclusion/active citizenship / Sub-category: Healthcare / Language Learning
Online or Blended Online
Learning objectives The aims of the project are to help migrants gain language skills about health matters in a new language and improve their integration
Target group Migrants
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan N/A
Recognition or certification of learning N/A
Financing and sustainability model This project has been funded with the support of the European Commission.
Leading Organization Pressure Line
Contact Person Provenierssingel 71b
Rotterdam 3033 EH
The Netherlands
+31 10 243 93 65