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Our Workshops


The objective of this workshop is to work on fine and gross motor coordination, concentration and focus.

Developing scarves, table rests, belts, bags, among other items,  We use wooden looms, hand looms and weaving needles as working tools in weaving.



This activity provides a work of motor and psychic development, developing their manual skills, learning the handling of specific tools and that there are steps to be taken and that planning is essential to transform an immaterial idea into a concrete result or product.


Therapy Garden

Through this activity, students have the opportunity to produce a small vegetable garden, such as building a flowerbed, planting, fertilizing, weeding and harvesting. In addition, the project will provide an improvement in the food quality of the users involved, since the entire garden harvest will be divided among them. 


Cuisine - Kitchen  Pedagogical

The teacher, together with the students, carry out research on recipes  according to each time of year to carry out the weekly activities.



Gardening allows young people to understand, in fact, the interrelationship of natural phenomena. The situation allows him to acquire the experience through practical activities. The work and observation, carried out over a few years, transform the interaction of the forces of nature into experience. From ordinary work in the school garden results a basis for judgment and responsibility itself. Starting with puberty, the task and pedagogical support function of gardening becomes clear. Activity in contact with nature has a special meaning. The educator becomes the source of information about nature's processes and interactions.


Daily Life and Practical Life

Activities of daily and practical life are personal tasks and skills relevant to the students' daily life, being considered self-care, such as; brushing teeth, combing hair, dressing, putting on and tying shoes, eating, drinking water, using the toilet, washing dishes, washing clothes, making the bed, sweeping, using the telephone, sitting at the table, moving from one place to another, preparing small meals (salads, juices, breads, cakes, among others that respect each one's capacity), vegetable garden (sowing, planting and harvesting), digital inclusion (basic computing).

Basic Activities of Practical Life (ABVP), users are taught how to make a bed, dress correctly, fold clothes, iron, wash a dish, etc. 

In both activities, we aim to teach users to gain autonomy in everyday life, both at home and in society.


Cultural tours




Pedagogical support for young people to develop their autonomy and insertion into the labor market.

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