Happy New Year! With the start of 2018, also the EU-funded project SUITCEYES has officially started. In mid-January the members of the project will meet in Borås, Sweden, to get SUITCEYES off the ground. We are looking forward to start working!
Also on the webpage screen-marknaden.se has published an article about the EU-funded project SUITCEYES and presented its main goals and the basic project design. If you are interested, here is the whole article!
Yesterday, on September 14 2017, also the Göteborgposten published an article about the EU-project SUITCEYES! You can read the full article here. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at any time, we will be happy to get your mail!
There was an interview at the local region radio P4 Sjuhärad mentioning the EU-funded project SUITCEYES which will try to improve the living standards of people with deafblindness! Check out the interview at P4 Sjuhärad with Sarit Monastyrski.
On the webpage of National Resource Centre for Deafblindness, published an article about the project SUITCEYES. The project coordinator Nasrine Olson explained the basic goal of the SUITCEYES-project, which is developing new communication possibilities for people with deafblindness. Please find the whole article here.
On September 8th 2017, four months before the official kickoff date, our project SUITCEYES is already presented in the news on Swedish national television! Our main aim is to empower people with deafblindness to take a more active role in society! If you are interested: have look at the archive of SVT Nyheter
Today, on September 6th 2017 the EU-project SUITCEYES was introduced by Sverigesradio! The project will develop new ways of communication for people with deafblindness. Please have a look at the following links: link 1 and link 2
The webpage forskning.se has published an article about the EU-project SUITCEYES on September 5th 2017. The project which will try to empower deaf-blind people will start in early 2018 with partners of seven different countries. Read the whole article here!
SUITCEYES has now its own project page on ResearchGate! Have a closer look and visit us here.