Mentally disabled people are an exceptionally disadvantaged group on the labour market. We can say that on an open labour market, this group is the least represented and in general, employers do not count with these people as the potential employees. While mentally disabled people want and are able to work.
The aim of the project is to create education-rehabilitation centre, which will provide mentally disabled people with wide options to gain practical knowledge and skills necessary to be placed on the labour market and inevitable for an independent life. The centre will provide various types of educational and rehabilitation activities and practical preparation to carry out particular jobs. Services to individual clients will be provided during a period necessary to gain work skills. At the same time, we will make sure that they are used on open labour market.
The grant of Granvia Foundation supported the costs connected with the refurbishment of the premises of this centre.