Club activities

Club activities are focused on the leisure time of children and young adults with disabilities.

  • Ceramic art interest group.
  • Cooking interest group.
  • Drama interest group.
  • Swimming.
  • Music therapy.

The operation of the interest groups is led by trained workers and assistants who are students. The groups are held on Mondays and Fridays in the afternoon.

Ceramic art interest group

  • Develops creativity, concentration, imagination, fantasy, and fine motor skills.
  • Thanks to the work of both hands, both brain hemispheres are involved.
  • Children learn to work with clay, get to know its properties, and what can be created from clay.
  • They will try rolling, gluing with slip, drawing on clay, coloring.
  • They will make their own product.

Cooking interest group

  • Development of table etiquette and completion of work.
  • Children will get to know the various types of food and their importance for the body.
  • They learn a healthy lifestyle.
  • Introduces kitchen utensils, learns to work with a recipe.
  • They will learn to recognize the various types of food and their importance for our diet.
  • Linking theory with practice.
  • Strengthening independence and responsibility.

Drama interest group

  • Contributes to stress relief and working with emotions.
  • Teaches children cooperation and communication.
  • Develops sensory perception and imagination.
  • Teaches children to use their bodies to portray people, things, animals, and phenomena.
  • Self-awareness development.


  • Leads to a positive relationship with water and the development of motor skills.
  • Physical condition improves and the musculoskeletal system is strengthened.
  • It helps to strengthen immunity and harden the body.
  • Contributes to muscle flexibility and mobility.

Music therapy

  • Contributes to supporting communication, cognitive, and perceptual functions.
  • Supports the training of social skills and social adaptation.
  • Improves memory and concentration.
  • Contributes to the overall activation of the individual.
  • Development of motor skills.
  • Development of rhythm.
  • Relaxation and relaxation.