Taking care of disabled children and youngsters in Hanoi
Hanoi - Viêt Nam - Projet permanent
Projet Social - Work with kids
- Volontariat International
- 01-01-2019 - 31-12-2019
- 4 volontaires
- 20-99 ans
- 285 EUR de frais de participation
Phuc Tue Center currently has 80 disabled children including Down’s syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, children who have been victims of Agent Orange, as well as other mental illnesses. The Center has applied the specific education methods which are suited for each individual and has used psychotherapy methods in attempts to rehabilitate the mentally disabled. The mission of Phuc Tue Center is to help disabled children to become more independent in their daily life by building their selfconfidence. At the center, we aim to help educate and improve mental health, as well as provide development and vocational skills training to help integrate these individuals back into employment. This does not only allow these children to feel independent in their daily life but this will also lessen the potential burden on the family and the society.
*Take care of and play with disabled children and youngsters. *Assist teachers to manage classes and teach the children drawing. *Create movement exercises to get children involved. *Other tasks depending on the requirements of the center.
Logement & Nourriture
Volunteers will stay in the volunteer house or a host family with basic conditions. Meals are self provided or at local restaurants nearby.
Emplacement & Temps libre
A sleeping bag, a sleeping mat, materials and pictures of your country. Volunteers should beenthusiastic, patient, optimistic, creative and full of energy and ready to work with children with different levels of disability. Working experience with kids is an advantage. 7.500.000 VND/month (around 285€ according to the exchange rate) INCLUDED Accommodation, food, transportation at project site, and necessary materials for projects. EXCLUDED Free-time at the weekend, transfer fee is on volunteers’ account
Attention, ce projet peut être très difficile émotionnellement. Avoir une expérience avec des personnes en situation de handicap est conseillé.