|Sve già approvato nei paesi bassi, partenza immediata. Previsto corso di lingua|
|Martedì 07 Agosto 2012 12:20|
Se siete pronti a partire per una bella avventura targata Servizio Volontario Europeo giá entro la fine di questa estate, il progetto che stiamo per presentarvi potrebbe fare proprio al caso vostro! Si tratta di un progetto SVE giá approvato (quindi il candidato scelto avrá la certezza di partecipare) per cui la Host e la Coordinating Organisation stanno cercando urgentemente un volontario pronto a partire il prima possibile, preferibilmente giá questo mese di agosto (partenza possibile eventualmente anche a settembre, ma i candidati pronti a partire ad agosto avranno la precedenza).
Nella lettera motivazionale va scritto quando (entro settembre al massimo) si puó partire. Come sempre per lo SVE, il viaggio A/R é rimborsato al 90%, mentre vitto e alloggio sono pagati in toto, cosí come l'assicurazione ed un corso base della lingua locale. Previsto anche un pocket money mensile.
In basso trovate tutti i dettagli del progetto. Se interessati, inviateci cv, motivation letter SPECIFICA (entrambi in inglese) ed una vostra foto in formato immagine) attraverso l'apposito FORm entro il 9 agosto.
Nella lettera motivazionale siate specifici e dettagliati nello spiegare perché volete far domanda per il Servizio Volontario Europeo (EVS in inglese) e, in particolare, per questo progetto. Inoltre, dovrete spiegare perché ritenete di essere i candidati ideali e quale sarebbe il vostro contributo al progetto (fatevi aiutare dalla descrizione del progetto che trovate in basso).
Solo le candidature complete saranno prese in considerazione. Ricordate di indicare il codice del progetto e la dicitura "Sending Organisation: Scambieuropei" nell'oggetto o nel corpo dell'e-mail.
HO EI Ref. / Project Code:
De Kleine Koning
Stichting Lava Legato
Disability, Health problems
as soon as possibile (August/September 2012)
Vierakker is a village in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is part of the municipality of Bronckhorst, The Netherlands. The municipality is the result of a merger of the former municipalities Hengelo, Hummelo en Keppel, Steenderen, Vorden and Zelhem, on 1 January 2005. The new municipality is named after the medieval castle of the Bronckhorst family, who once ruled this area. The seat of the municipality is Hengelo. All activities of this EVS porject take place inside or around the house. The activities can be divided into two sections. The first section are activities which take care of the house, the garden and the meals. The second section contains activities that fill the children’s spare time. The activities occurring on a daily basis acquiring support from our volunteers are:
- helping the children to keep their room tidy
- setting up the table for dinner with some of the children
- walking to the town for groceries together with some of the children
- helping the children do their homework.
As told before, the house is surrounded by a small patch of forest, which provides the children with enough possibilities to participate in activities outside like cycling and walking. The activities which the children like to do in their spare time are: - Singing songs - Working in the garden where we keep herbs, vegetables and fruit. The children love to help alongside our people who supervise these activities in which they sow and harvest and so obtain a great sense of seasons.
- Swimming lessons, to which our staff accompanies them
- Being read stories. These stories reach out to their fantasies, and speak to their imagination.
The general rules for staff in training and volunteers are:
- Confidentiality obligations concerning private background information.
- Not acting independently concerning pedagogically the children without further knowledge of a steady employee
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES FOR THE VOLUNTEER
The family house, or home, ‘de Kleine Koning’ is a recognised teaching facility for students who study Social Pedagogical Work and Social Pedagogical assistance. The volunteer will be aided in all possible ways by experienced pedagogues who have been working with mentally troubled children and training students for many years. A rewarding aspect of the job is that the volunteer will have a great contribution to the upbringing and development of the children. The volunteer is also an enrichment to the staff of our family house through his or her own life experience, cultural baggage and his or her input. Furthermore, the volunteer will be involved in group activities, e.g. sharing meals, walking, cycling and cultural trips. These cultural trips differ a lot, from concerts to going out to the zoo. A lot of children acquire extra help with certain chores and their daily rituals, every single one adapted to the possibilities of the child in question. Examples of these chores and daily activities are: daily care, small household chores and helping the children with their homework. Every activity contributes to the development of the child in a way which even grows self-esteem and a trust in the child’s environment.
The volunteer has affection and affinity for children who require special need. He or she is a valuable aspect to the group and can be flexible towards the children and their often unpredictable behaviour. He or she is able to ask advice where needed. The volunteer also keeps an open and above all positive mind towards the antroposophical education. Above all, and perhaps the most important part is that the volunteer loves children and has his heart on the right place.
ALLOWANCE AND MENTORING
The staff of ‘de Kleine Koning’ can guarantee accommodations, providing warm meals and payment of their allowances. The volunteer will never be left alone with the children, he or she would always be accompanied by a responsible employee.
Our foundation is situated near a small village, surrounded by a small forest. The house itself has been renovated and was inhabited by a priest. The church he served is still to be found alongside the house. ‘de Kleine Koning’ is a residential house, and in some cases a home, for children aged between the age of 6 and 18 years who are in need of special care. The limitations differ greatly among the children. Some have been born with a disorder, for instance children who suffer from Down syndrome. Others developed a development disorder due to being damaged physically and/or emotionally in their early years of childhood. The initiative is led by a daily board consisting of an overall coordinator, an intern healthcare coordinator and, last but not least, there is someone in charge of overlooking everything that happens in the residential house. Rudolf Steiner remains to be the main inspiration source for all our co-workers. Extra attention goes out to Christian holidays, to activities involving art and culture and to the children’s religion upbringing. Next to these activities there is a rhythmical structure for every day, containing healthy food and a livid social atmosphere. During the day the children are to be found in school. In the afternoon and evening the children participate in all kinds of activities inside and outside the house, for instance cooking, claying, weaving, garden work and taking care for small animals.
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