Project № 2021-1-PL01-KA220-ADU-000033615 „Brain Friendly Forms of Education for ADHD Learners (BFF)”,

Project № 2021-1-PL01-KA220-ADU-000033615 

„Brain Friendly Forms of Education for ADHD Learners (BFF)”funded under the Erasmus + program, Key Action 2 – Adult Education

Leading organization: Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu i Nauk o Zdrowiu (Poland)

Partners: Syaj (Portugal), DRPDNM (Slovenia), Association of Young Psychologists (Bulgaria), ENJOY (Italy).

Project duration: 01/02/2022 until 31/01/2024, 24 months

Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu i Nauk o Zdrowiu (Poland) is the leading organization of the project. The project partners are Syaj (Portugal), DRPDNM (Slovenia), Association of Young Psychologists (Bulgaria), ENJOY (Italy).

The BFF project aims to create qualitative educational strategies, resources and activities as a support for adult educators who work with adult learners coping with learning difficulties, such as ADHD, in order to improve their learning process, acquisition of knowledge and development of needed skills and competences.


  • To provide educational strategies based on neuropedagogy in order to support adult educators in their work with learners coping with ADHD;
  • To equip adult educators with the needed knowledge, competences and tools to make use of the benefits of neuropedagogy;
  • To create sustainable educational resources, adapted to the real needs of adult educators and adult learners;
  • To foster inclusion and personalized learning into adult educational centers.

Main results:

1) On-line course for adult educators ‚Educational Strategies for ADHD learners based on Neuropedagody”;

2) Research on the benefits on neuropedagogy applied to the teaching and learning proccess of ADHD learners;

3) Handbook of Brain-Friendly Activities (BFA)

Other relevant activities:

  • Neuropedagody for all
  • Inclusive education for all
  • Life – long learning for all
  • Understanding Learning difficulties
  • How to become an eco-friendly
  • Webinars /2 hours / 20 Participants

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