Beneficiaries develop self-service skills, which are useful in their everyday live, such as personal hygiene and care, safe living and participation in everyday life.
with title « My child learn ….to eat» – I make my meal
Beneficiaries have the opportunity to prepare their food in order to avoid unnecessary and unhealthy foods.
Through this process they get in touch with food by learning both the basic hygiene rules and their nutritional value as well as how they contribute to a good physical condition.
The purpose of the experiential laboratory is to enrich their diet with new to them foods, which they can easily manage with creativity and transform them into nutritious meals. In this way they will learn to form correct and balanced eating habits even after the end of the program.
The physical education program aims to:
In addition, there is a dance group participating in competitions.
Beneficiaries develop skills through activities such as handicrafts, constructions with clay, waste materials etc.
The Dinging Group aims at educating and compiancing to the hygiene rules regarding the nutrition, but also preparing and serving brunch.
–Autonomous Living Program
Beneficiaries with the guidance of their trainee develop self-service skills, which are useful in their everyday lives, such as personal hygiene and care, safe living and participation in daily life.
-Special Education Class
Beneficiaries, with the help of a specialist educator they practice skills according to their mental level: learning, communication, creativity, teamwork, information management. At the same time self-testing, taking initiatives, flexibility in dealing with problematic situations and stability in interpersonal relationships are promoted. The aim of the team is to develop the personality of the beneficiaries and to assemble them as fully as possible for autonomous participation in the family, social and cultural life.