Inclusion Finland FDUV is a non-profit organisation for Swedish-speaking persons with intellectual disability in Finland. FDUV also works for persons with other learning or communication disabilities.
FDUV is a human rights organisation that advocates for persons with intellectual disability:
We strive to change laws and attitudes and we spread information, arrange courses and camps and develop the sector through projects. We offer support, advice and possibilities to meet others in the same situation for Swedish-speaking persons
with intellectual disability and their families.
FDUV represents eleven regional DUV associations and Steg för Steg (Step by Step), the national self-advocacy association for persons with intellectual
disability. The regional DUV associations are found over the whole Swedish-speaking area in Finland. In total we have approximately 2 800 members. FDUV was founded in 1971. We have offices in Helsinki and Vaasa.
LL-Center and Lärum are also part of FDUV. LL-Center is the Swedish-speaking centre for Easy to Read in Finland. Lärum develops and offers tools for customized learning environments, such as special education.