Project aiming at inclusion of disabled people

In one of the preparatory sessions we went to the NGO that works with the disabled people, to get to know more about the toppic and familiarize with each other. During the actual workshop, we had guests from the NGO – our mentally disabled friends.
We created a banner with hand prints, did origami and danced. This workshop was truly great!
Marija

Today, we hosted a workshop which we called “Integration Station”. The aim of the workshop was to integrate disabled people with our small Erasmus community. When they arrived, we introduced them to all the different groups and countries and told them an interesting fact about each country. After getting to know their names, we went outside to do two energiser games. The first one was a simple game of “Colours” with a ball, and the second was a game called “Chinaman’s monkey,” in Portuguese, or “Raz, Dwa, Trzy, Baba Jaga Patrzy!” in Polish. Back in the main room we did two art projects. Frank showed the group how to make origami, which resulted in some lovely and some slightly crooked hearts. Then everyone worked on a massive poster, using paints to make handprints around an “Erasmus+” sign. We signed our names and decorated it together. Lastly, some people showed their ukulele skills and we had a bit of a sing along. Everyone finished the workshop beaming! Before we said goodbye to our new friends, we took a group photo in front of hotel.
Wiktoria

Projekt 2018-3-PL01-KA105-063850 „Turn idea into reality” został sfinansowany przez Unię Europejską w ramach Programu „Erasmus+”

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