Celebrating International Women’s Day with our students
Martisor, a traditional gift to mark the coming of Spring made by our students
Rodika and Linuta who live in our supported housing
Music in break at school
Learning essential life skills
Practising fine motor skills
Hard at work
Hard at work
Having fun at music
Relaxing in the garden
Developing personal interests
Practising traditional arts
A variety of activities at school
Developing concentration skills
Group games and songs
Playing games, movement and excercising
Proudly showing her work
Playing with balloons!
Learning life skills through play
The school dog
Taking care of appearances
encouraging social interaction and peer relationships
The old abandoned Children’s Neuropsychiatric Hospital, housing 1310 children at its height, here and in outbuildings around the town of Siret.
In 2003, residents in the Children’s Neuropsychiatric Hospital for Children that were from Suceava County were move to this building. Others born outside Suceava were transferred back to their home counties or became homeless if deemed by authorities able to fend for themselves.
New home completed in 2013 where our students will move to from the hospital and live.
The second new building in the process of being finished
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