Our group offerings
Through exchange and mutual support parents and youngsters with impairment develop self-determined, individual and alternative living opportunities. New forms of living have to match the demands and needs of the young people. The group assembles regularly in common recreational activities and topical discussions. At present the topic of ’sexuality and impairment’ is issued in separate events for parents andÂ youngsters with learning disabilities.
The intention is to create precise living opportunities in the shape of a flat-share or a housing project, where people with and without impairment can live together. The group is open to all those interested.
Ms. Judy Gummich
Integrative toddler’s crawl
Cooperating with Nachbarschaftsheim SchĂ¶nebergÂ EbE offers mothers and fathers and their babies a chance to encounter other families. Both families with children with and without impairment / diagnosis are invited and welcome to join our group. In common exchange and with coffee and tea it is a good opportunity for families to find access to people in similar situations, to become acquainted and to share joyful moments.
Given the fact that many a time parents of impaired babies and toddlers feel left alone, we hereby emphasize our inclusive strategy.
Time: Thursday, 10:00 â€“ 12:00 a. m.
(near S-Bahnhof FeuerbachstraĂźe)
Ms. Claudia Grass
Tel.: (030) 85 99 51-36
or Email: email@example.com
Parent-child-group with migration background
This offer is still quiet new and in the makeup.
Because of cultural differences, language problems a. o., migration background and impairment constitute a double challenge to the families.
Our group invites all parents and affiliated of children / youngsters with impairment who wish to join into exchange with relatedly interested families. We emphasize the thought of self-help and common support, the experience of community, and the realization of individual ideas. In the course of the parents’ exchange the children and youngsters are ministered by an art therapist in a separate room.
Time:Â Tuesday, 04:00 â€“ 07:00 p. m.
Place: SOS Kinderdorf, Moabit
Ms. Figen Kirilmaz
Youngsters and young adults with impairment meet once or twice a month for exchange, to plan activities and to realize own ideas. Actual circumstances of the participants, their growing-up and individual interests are subjects to the group.
Getting into contact and into exchange within the peer is of vital importance to self-esteem in adolescence, especially to youngsters with an impairment. The self directed contents of learning and pastime activities are planned and realized under the patronage of a social worker.Â The group experience is directed to help the youths in developing autonomy and an independent scheme of life.
Simultaneously the group provides solid information about education, profession, living accommodation, sexuality and impairment.
Time and place: alternating and by agreement (about twice a month)