The territorial delegate Equality, Health and Social Policies in Almería, Alfredo Valdivia did today delivery of various lots of furniture and toys made by users of the Day Stay Unit Occupational Therapy with Javier Peña 'to local councils of Cuevas del Almanzora and Vicar, and the Association of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities Southwest Almería (Asprodesa), of the town of El Ejido. The 'Javier Peña' is a center of the Ministry of Equality, Health and Social Policy that serves people with intellectual disabilities who are helped to improve their social and professional integration.
The material supplied to the municipalities of Cuevas del Almanzora and Vicar Asprodesa and includes various items of furniture and a hundred wooden toys, all valued at more than 7.500 euros. The City of Cuevas del Almanzora has received 110 educational games, manufactured wood, with a total amount of 1.000 euros.
The City of Vicar has been delivered 20 upholstered chairs, valued at 1.800 euros and which have been received by the mayor of the municipality, Antonio Bonilla, who has participated in the ceremony of the material.
Finally, Asprodesa has received 40 upholstered chairs 10 tables, with an approximate value of 4.710 euros, centers that care for people with intellectual disabilities managed by this group in El Ejido will go.
During the ceremony the material, territorial delegate Equality, Health and Social Policies in Almería, Alfredo Valdivia, recalled again "double social role that Javier Peña, one hand and form serves people with intellectual disabilities, and other supplies material to public and private non-profit, no cost to them ".
The Day Stay Unit Occupational Therapy with Javier Peña 'is a center for the care of people with intellectual disabilities of working age who can not be integrated, Transient permanently, in a standardized working environment. In 'Javier Peña', by conducting pre-employment and occupational tasks, social integration is intended and if, work of these people, improving their personal and social adjustment, normalizing their lives and, where possible, habilitándoles occupationally. All with the goal of ensuring equal opportunities for women and men with disabilities.
The 'Javier Peña' is attached to the Territorial Delegation of Equality, Health and Social Policies in Almería. It is located in the Julian Besteiro street of the capital city of Almeria Quemadero. Currently serves 70 users, from among 23 and 63 years old, of which 53 men 17 women.
Among its facilities different occupational areas and labor: pottery, toy store, carpentry and painting and upholstery. Users are rotated in different sections, according to their preferences.
In the center of production of office furniture, wooden toys, ceramic decorative items and other materials. All this is intended to provide equipment to public and private non-profit, who develop their work in the field of social services.