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To ensure that the social enterprise Bon Appetit by Maria’s World is able to continue to operate in the situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Support the direct business needs and costs of the social enterprise Bon Appetit by Maria’s World.
Owing to the project a new activity will be implemented at the social enterprise – daily preparation of a separate packaged lunch menu from high-quality ingredients in compliance with the highest hygiene standards.
The project aims to approbate an innovative approach to the active inclusion of vulnerable groups, citizens and stakeholders in mutual dialogue to discuss the support, content, modus operandi and attitude of social services and social workers.
The project envisages the active involvement of vulnerable groups and citizens in discussions about assistance and social work in a manner that is understandable and accessible to them and aims to prevent the key threat of social work becoming discredited due to disinformation and loss of interest in the wider community in the work carried out in the area of social work.
The project aims to make 21st century digital communication tools accessible to people with intellectual difficulties and enhance interest in digital skills, safe use and an accepting attitude on the part of users and their families. Through the development of digital skills the project will promote and encourage better communication with other people with and without disabilities and help the target group overcome isolation while supporting the process of building skills for independent living.
The project aims to support implementation of new approaches to ‘learning by doing’ concept for adults with intellectual disabilities through improving their competences for labor and social integration in accordance with the principles of United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and good European practices.
Development of advocacy and self-advocacy of people with intellectual difficulties from the Worlds Day Care Centre through:
• Development of a self-advocacy group and self-advocacy skills and raising the level of self-advocacy activity in 2020.
• Raising the active inclusion and visibility of people with intellectual difficulties in society and promoting the cause of acceptance of people with disabilities.