Breaking the Barriers in Children Rehabilitation: from Correction towards Inclusive Collaboration

within grant № 1S-172 dated May 22, 2020
of the Cross-Border Cooperation Programme
Lithuania-Russia 2014-2020
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About the project
Lead partner (beneficiary):
Children's Psychoneurological Sanatorium "Teremok"
The project LT-RU-2-094 "BREAK: Breaking the Barriers in Children Rehabilitation: from Correction towards Inclusive Collaboration" is being implemented under grant No. 1S-172 of May 22, 2020, the Cross-Border Cooperation Program Lithuania-Russia for 2014-2020.

Project partners:
1) Lead partner (beneficiary): Federal State Budgetary Institution Children's Psychoneurological Sanatorium "Teremok" of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation;
2) Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Russia - beneficiary 2;
3) Klaipeda University, Lithuania - beneficiary 3;
4) Lithuanian Sea Museum, Lithuania - beneficiary 4;
Duration of the project
July 01, 2020 - June 30, 2022
Project budget
640,260.20 euros
The project team
Sergey Korenev
Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Director of the Medical Institute of the IKBFU
Project manager from IKBFU
Anna Belova
Ph.D. in Geographical sciences, Deputy Head Division for Research IKBFU
Project administrator
Zhanna Malakhova
Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Therapy of the Medical Institute of the IKBFU
Olga Tikhonova
Yuri Skalin
Ph.D. in Medical sciences, Chief Physician of the Clinical and Diagnostic Center of the IKBFU
with the participation of IKBFU
1. Project management
Creation of a steering committee for day-to-day coordination and implementation of project tasks. It will consist of a project coordinator, project manager, financial manager and three local managers. The steering committee will also include representatives from the Klaipeda District Health Department and the Kaliningrad Region Ministry of Health. The committee will be responsible for discussing and approving reports on the progress of the project, as well as monitoring the progress of the project. Working meetings of the Management Committee will be held - 3 times a year (6 times in total) to discuss topical issues of the project. Also, daily monitoring of the management of the project implementation process will be carried out. The project manager will be responsible for managing, coordinating and monitoring project implementation, coordinating the work of the Management Committee with the Joint Technical Secretariat, preparing project reports, regulating project activities in accordance with the approved action plan, and promoting the project at regional and national levels. Local managers (B2, B3) and local coordinator (B4) are responsible for preparing project reports, organizing workshops, preparing internal interim reports to monitor project implementation, and initiating Board meetings. The Steering Committee evaluates the results of the project, organizes the key parties of the project and provides an opportunity to lead the project to successful results, provides strategic control and project management.
2. Creation of two mirror scientific and diagnostic laboratories at Klaipeda University and Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University
The laboratory (University of Klaipeda) in Lithuania will carry out the following diagnostics: physical and functional diagnostic equipment (tests for symmetry and coordination; gait analysis, etc.).
In Russia (IKBFU) analysis using electromyography (EMG) will be carried out.
The laboratories under the project will diagnose 200 children (100 in each country). Based on the results of the diagnosis, a diagnostic card will be issued, with which the child can then go to rehabilitation. This will make biopsychosocial care services in the border region more effective.
IKBFU (Medical Institute) will create one laboratory, which will be located in a building located at the address: st. April 9th, 60, Kaliningrad. In Klaipeda University the laboratory will be located at the Department of the Faculty of Medicine, H. Manto, 84, Klaipeda.
Each laboratory will have 2 people who can serve 10 people per day (which is the maximum number of visitors per day). Laboratory hours: 3 days a week in the afternoon. Duration of activity - 2nd quarter of the project.

JULE 2020
Anna Belova

Phone number:
+7 (911) 457-26-46
+7 (952) 050-46-46


Russia, Kaliningrad region,
Kaliningrad city, 14 A. Nevskogo st., bldg. 2, office 109
Postcode: 236016
The project is co-financed by the European Union and the Russian Federation

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