Yayasan

Cahaya Impian Masa Depan

Educational & Social Project

Integration

04 July 2011 08:06:am

With our straight-to-the-point strategy we can obtain very good results via this program.
Being patient and a personal program are important. Our team gets his training inside CIMD,
Afterwards they work with the disable with whom they have the best contact and/or the disable who accepts and trusts them. Specialized volunteers give the training, feedback and do the follow up. We work in small groups or individual. The sessions are limited to maximal 1 1/2 hour and this 2 or 3 times a week and are alternated with relaxing activities.

 

  • Disabled persons:
In the first place, we aim for the mental disabled persons, they are an easy target in a community. Under supervision they can do small tasks in the housekeeping and we teach them to take care of themselves. For some of them our program results in the earning of a small income and they can support their family. With vocational training a physical disabled person feels useful again.

 

  • Developmental Disorders:
For the most part misunderstood inside the community and put at the same level as a person with mental problems. Momentarily we achive some good results and involve their family in the program. We work in small groups or individual.

 

  • Learning Problems:
Learning problems means extra attention and in a class of 30 (or more) students the teacher doens't always has enough time or awareness for these children. The result is that these children don't go to school anymore. CIMD helps and our method of playful learning, individual approach and being patient has results.