CLS CA – Community Accommodation

Phone. 02 9623278 | Cell. 366 5638492 (Gabriele) | e-mail: clsca@clsweb.it

The life expectancy of disabled people is largely similar to that of the able-bodied meaning that their parents may not always be able to look after them and may be in need of assistance themselves. On the basis of the intrinsic abilities and needs of users, CLS CA responds with:

Mini Flats

Mini flats for disabled people who are self-sufficient and gain gratification from being independent.

There are six mini flats, fully furnished with a single bed, kitchen, bathroom and living room.

These protected mini flats offer a place which satisfies the disabled person’s rights to an independent life, in which every resident can perform activities and make individual choices, in compliance with the objectives proposed by CLS CA:

  • promoting the maintenance and development of independent and responsible behaviour
  • offering a reassuring environment which meets primary and individual needs
  • sustaining residents in the choice of their daily activities
  • allowing the development of personal interests and inclinations
  • consolidating self respect and respect for others
  • emphasising the importance of personal relationships (social, education)
  • guaranteeing continuity of relationships with the family of origin
  • maintaining relations with the place of work
  • consolidating and promoting integration with the local community.

Community Accommodation

Community for disabled people for whom community life is a better solution.

There are two community spaces, each capable of housing ten people, with twin bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms, a large common room with space for entertainment, dining room, kitchen and pantry, laundry room and ironing room.

The aim of community accommodation is to offer a place where residents can live surrounded by affection, with the chance to develop significant and lasting relationships that guarantee good quality of life.

The community in particular intends to pursue the following aims:

  • the promotion of the maintenance and development of independent and responsible behaviour
  • the encouragement of active participation in the choice of everyday activities
  • the development of personal interests and inclinations
  • the consolidation of self respect and respect for others
  • the emphasis of the importance of personal relationships (social, education)
  • guaranteed continuity of relationships with the family of origin
  • maintenance of relations with the place of work
  • promotion of integration with the local community.

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