1. Experiential learning and bodily self-awareness as key factors for improving the quality of life and empowering people with special needs and disabilities, including their families and caregivers
2. Shared care and horizontal education as crucial foundation for dialogue among health system actors, institutions and communities
3. The need of transforming current representations of disabilities and illness towards an integrative, non-normative, process-oriented and self-directed paradigm of health
4. The support of cross-cultural learning, the acknowledgement of individual and environmental diversity.