In the Camillians rehabilitation Center a Day Center for disabled people has been functioning since 2012 which has 60 beneficiaries. The center is involved in the state program and provides transportation and feeding two-times a day for the beneficiaries. During the day they are given classes both individually and in groups of 8-10 people. A psychiatrist and a psychologist lead the therapy to help the patient identify and open up. Qualified specialists are also working on beneficiary skills development in various fields such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy. Beneficiaries have the opportunity to join a variety of groups to their desire. People with disabilities are often left at home and deprived of the opportunity to speak out in the community and establish social relationships. That is why a house for people with disabilities has been created, where classes are conducted both individually and in groups of 8-10 people.
A psychiatrist and psychologist lead therapy to help the patient identify and open up. Beneficiaries have the opportunity to join a wide variety of groups.
The purpose of the group is to help to express thoughts, feelings, and emotions through creative activities. Drawing on a various surface, painting allows the beneficiary to show his or her abilities.
Group work is done through active and passive forms of music therapy. Active forms include working on singing and singing breathing, studying songs, aerobics, studying dance. Working with Orff's Approach. Passive forms include relaxation using music, light, aromatherapy, massage, music and words.
The aim of the group is to involve the beneficiaries in a variety of handicraft, selected for a them according to their individual characteristics, skills and abilities. The emphasis is on the use of a variety of materials and techniques in the activity. Working with a combination of individual abilities and different techniques, creating a worthy product with direct involvement of the beneficiaries promotes self-confidence, hard work and quality of life.
The group aims to support the beneficiary's mental development, teach them how to use the computer. Using of various therapeutic methods through computer techniques (eg: film therapy, bibliotherapy, etc.). Special needs of all beneficiaries were provided when equipping the computer cabinet
Working in a group helps to improve imagination, outlook, imagination, and perception of the outside world. The use of different knitting, embroidery techniques and different materials allows the beneficiaries to identify, plan and feel the satisfaction with what they have achieved.
During the work process, coordinated eye and hand action is developed, fine motor skills and psycho-emotional state are promoted.
The working team uses a variety of original, embroidery, knitting and sewing techniques to create tapestries, beads, decorative toys and more.
Wood carving workshop
Working with wood develops a love for physical labor as well as the ability to work creatively. Beneficiaries learn how to cut wood into different shapes. In the workshop wooden material is created for the other groups of the organization and then they create other products. Joiner's workshop collaborates with art therapy and ergo-therapy groups. Beneficiaries like to work together and are always eager to work together.
The ceramic work process is carried out using Georgian materials (Ksani and Norio clays). The working process involves several techniques of molding and sculpting. After finishing claying process, pottery is dried in the oven for the first time. After drying process pottery is painted and glazed. Painting is done with colored glazes and glazed paints. After painting, the final drying is done in the oven at 980 degrees Celsius.
A ny person who wishes can visit the clay workshop, this promotes the expansion of social relations of persons with disabilities and their integration into society.
Individualized learning is based on a special education program. it depends on beneficiary's skills and is focusing on developing their capabilities. The curriculum includes educational subjects: Georgian, mathematics and social skills. The main focus is on developing social skills, which include safely walking the streets, using public transport, recognizing and using money signs, and other skills and which are important for beneficiary integration into the community. Methodical teaching is carried out with pictures, applications, cards. Practical lessons are planned in the spring, enabling beneficiaries to identify and reinforce their knowledge in public places.
Besides everyday routine, special attention is paid to performances and festivities, excursions to the countryside and the sea.
People with disabilities as full members of society should have the right to use the resources available in this community or to create new resources. We create resources and the ability to make those resources available.