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Created in 1994, the Day Centre Service for Adults with Learning Difficulties (SAJA), officially named the CJCL (Créahm Liège Day Centre), has official authorisation granted by the Wallonia Agency for the Integration of Persons with Disabilities (AWIPH) which allows the centre to welcome 16 people every day.
This completely independent non-profit organisation has shown itself to be an essential addition to the other structures of the Créahm association. Based mainly around artistic workshops, the support provided by the SAJA’s multidisciplinary team (teachers, social assistant, psychologist, logopedist, etc.) allows us to more fully respond, and in more detail, to an individual project of the centre’s users and so make them even more of a stakeholder responsible for their own pathway.
In order to try and respond to its missions, the SAJA is based on two major themes that are almost always present in the service:
- a mobilisation of the skills of the person and their environment (artistic and personal).
- a maximum use of working in a network and with exterior resources (families, project partners, cultural structures, other institutions, etc.)
Philippe Langen [...]