Inclusive Society

A SOCIETY THAT KNOWS TO RECEIVE THE DISABLED PERSON.

A society composed of people who are aware of differences, but who respect and allow the participation of all in their social routines. This should start with respect and then it will unfold in the physical and architectural accessibility, the inclusion of people with disabilities in the labour market and so we can see people with disabilities attending shopping malls, markets, parks, cinemas, parties, ballads and the like. Exercising your rights, going through experiences that give you evolution through their manifestations.

A SOCIETY WHERE THE DISABLED PEOPLE REACH THE MAXIMUM OF THEIR POTENTIAL AND UTILITY.

We believe that utility is the manifestation of its virtues and that people with disabilities should receive stimuli that encourage them to develop and be protagonists of their lives. We focus on the qualities and not the limits, on the virtue behind the deficiency. We know that the family is a crucial part of the process and that it must believe in the virtues and potential of their child so that he can believe in himself and reach his potential. We believe that in an inclusive society, people with disabilities must exercise their utility, regardless of which one, that provides them with usefulness.

What are the guidelines that guide ASID projects?

EMPOWERING THE PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES’S FAMILY

We understand that the family is a key point in the life of a child. It can limit or stimulate the perspectives and actions. Therefore, ASID believes that we will build the inclusive society when the family is supported, prepared and involved in the development of their child with disabilities, recognizing the talents, virtues and protagonism of the people with disabilities.

DEVELOPING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

It is necessary that there are opportunities, people and places that stimulate its development and, thus, guarantee the full exercise of its protagonism. For us, the development of the disabled in an inclusive society is when it attends structured spaces that stimulate its potential, bring challenges and for this the specialized institutions as well as regular schools have a fundamental role.

INCLUDING PCD IN THE LABOR MARKET

Living in the job market is a great challenge for the human being and also a moment of great opportunities – personal, integration, independence and maturity. This could not be different for people with disabilities and this aspect is encompassed in our construction of the inclusive society. Through a mutual adjustment, we create an inclusive culture in companies and articulate with institutions and people with disabilities, who work in synergy and in an inclusive way always with perspectives of evolution for all parties.

What are the 9 programs that ASID carries out in its projects?