Family-type accommodation center for children and youth with disabilities I - Veliko Tarnovo

Municipality of Veliko Tarnovo
Type of structure :
Social service provided in the community
Postal code: 5000 ::: Veliko Tarnovo ::: District: Veliko Tarnovo
Street, No.:
3A, Str. Ilarion Dragostinov, ent. A
Phone: 062/ 69 00 63 ::: Fax:
Mobile phone:
0887 112 004
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Mission or main objective/purpose :
Type I Family Type accommodation center for Children with disabilities is a social service in the resident-type community that provides a family-friendly environment and provides the opportunity for the full development and development of children and adolescents of varying degrees and forms of disability. ages 3 to 29 for which the options for staying and returning to the biological family, family of relatives and relatives, foster family, or family of adoptive parents are exhausted at the time of accommodation.
Target group/s or clients :

Children and young people aged 3 to 29 are accommodated in the Family Type I Disabled Placement Center for Children / Young People with Disabilities:

• children deprived of parental care;

• children brought out of specialized institutions;

• young people who can not be supported in a family environment or lead an independent life.

Short description:

Type I Family Center provides services in an environment close to the family:

• Providing 24-hour care in a protected and child-friendly environment;

• Providing emotional and psychological support;

• Providing every child access to health care, health care, treatment and rehabilitation;

• Support training and assistance for inclusion in the educational process;

• Providing opportunities for development of children and young people in their free time according to their abilities and interests - inclusion in various forms and accompanying services;

• Assistance in enriching the biography and identity of the child / young person, keeping a personal diary;

• Providing access to information and counseling;

• Providing opportunities for social inclusion and support for independent and independent living through learning in life and social skills;

• Assisting people leaving the service in their social and professional realization;

• Work with parents, relatives and relatives, foster families and prospective adoptive parents, support and stimulate emotional relationships.

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