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Objective of the project:
This project aims to facilitate the access of people with intellectual difficulties to employment opportunities by helping them develop, enhance and apply occupational skills, and by supporting their on-the-job adaptation in a real working environment.
The project is geared towards young people with mild to moderate mental retardation and provides an opportunity for training aimed at the development of work and social skills through participation in work practices in a real-life working environment.
The project will provide people with intellectual difficulties with an opportunity to acquire work skills and improve their chances of finding paid work. It will contribute to building a positive image of the abilities of young people with intellectual difficulties and their potential as employees through specific pilot activities that will enable them to feel useful and appreciated. The project will also contribute to overcoming the stigma attached to people with mental retardation and will improve their acceptance by society.
The project will ensure the active inclusion of people with intellectual difficulties in activities enabling them to improve their familiarity with the capital city, its cultural and historical monuments and places of interest, and acquire a taste and appreciation for cultural experiences and taking part in cultural events. Their impressions will be used as a basis for developing the first 'easy to understand' presentation of Sofia (a specialist edition for people with intellectual difficulties, children with learning difficulties and people with dementia). The project will enable people with intellectual difficulties to give free reign to and develop their abilities for expression and social participation.
Objective of the project:
It is highly important for people with intellectual difficulties to engage in sports, gymnastic and physical activities as these help maintain their overall condition and keep them in cheerful mood and willing to work.
The objective of this project is to incite interest and involvement in sport exercises, and improve physical activities by making sports available to clients of the Worlds Day Care Centre.
The project will implement good European practices for the social inclusion of people with intellectual difficulties by encouraging proactive public and community approaches to the implementation of municipal policies in respect to disabled people.
The project activities are designed to promote the skills and capabilities of people with intellectual difficulties, involve them in initiatives of public interest hand in hand with other citizens and encourage their active engagement with public structures and activities.
Goal of the project
The project aims to take people with intellectual difficulties out of the enclosed family circles. To this end, the project will offer professional support to intellectually disadvantaged people, facilitate their engagement in the cultural life of communities, and teach them skills on how to organise their spare time. Volunteers will also join the project activities by sharing their interests and spare time with intellectually disadvantaged people at the Worlds Day Care Centre. The final event of the initiative will be a Ball of Friendship for all project stakeholders.