Tuesday 5th February 2019
AMADIP ESMENT WILL BE IN CHARGE OF THE TRAINING AND OCCUPATION ACTIONS DEVELOPED IN THE PUBLIC ESTATE OF GALATZÓ FOR PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
The beneficiaries of these actions are responsible for, amongst other things, the maintenance of one of the estate's gardens
The mayor of Calvià, Alfonso Rodríguez Badal, and the representative of AMADIP ESMENT Fundació, Pueyo Pons Esther, have signed a collaboration agreement to carry out training and occupation actions in the municipal public estate of Galatzó, for people with intellectual disabilities.
With the signing of this agreement, the continuity of the training and occupation programmes that until now were carried out by the APNAB Gaspar Hauser entity, and the continuity of the beneficiaries of these actions is ensured.
The developed actions focus on activities of personal and social autonomy, social skills, life in community, social and labour skills and specific tasks that are developed in the environment related to agricultural, forestry and gardening activities. In fact, these people are daily in charge of one of the estate's gardens, with very professional results, taking care of plants and maintenance, supervised by Calvià Town Hall's Natural and Urban Environment Service. As a result of this agreement, the activities will be expanded with collaboration functions in the customer services, to show the natural and patrimonial values of the estate and its facilities.
The entity AMADIP ESMENT will also have the premises that was made available to users of the training and occupation programme in ses cases, and the Town Hall will provide the necessary tools and material for the development of the activity based on the project to be developed.
The agreement signing event was attended by the deputy mayor of Social Cohesion and Equality, Nati Francés; the councillor of Social Welfare, Mayte Albertí; the councillor for Natural Environment, Francisca Muñoz; the general director of Social Development and Equity, Ana Pérez, and the Town Hall's head of the Natural and Urban Environment Department, Eduardo Cózar.