Atelier Kestrel- CrowdFunding

Atelier Kestrel

By : Autisme Maurice
Created on: 03 Jun, 2024
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Rs 33,069 Raised
Rs 500,000

Preparing and assisting young adults with autism to integrate the labour market in professional fields such as music, handmade crafts, cooking, baking, and pastry workshops is an important and valuable endeavor. By offering specialized training and support, these individuals can develop their skills and talents, gain employment opportunities, and achieve greater independence and fulfillment in their lives.

Providing vocational training in musical skills allows young adults with autism to explore their passion for music and develop their talents to a professional level. This can involve learning to play various instruments. Through structured programs and individualized instruction, these individuals can acquire the necessary skills to pursue careers as musicians, music teachers, or performers. It provides a platform for emotional expression, enhances communication and social skills, which also act as a therapy.

Similarly, engaging young adults with autism in handmade crafts workshops empowers them to express their creativity and develop marketable skills. These workshops can focus on various crafts such as painting, Tie and dye, sewing, bag making, or jewelry making. Those young adults can produce unique and high-quality products for sale, either independently or through partnerships with local businesses. This not only provides them with an income source but also boosts their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.

In the culinary field, cooking, baking, and pastry workshops offer young adults with autism the opportunity to acquire essential culinary skills and knowledge. These workshops can cover various aspects, including food preparation, baking techniques, recipe development, and food safety. With appropriate training and support, participants can gain the skills necessary to work in professional kitchens, cafés, bakeries, or even start their own food-related businesses.

As our school is under the SENA scheme, which caters for pupils aged 5 to 20. Our students who reach the age of 20 no longer have a plateform for them. That's why we're working on Atelier kestrel to help them integrate into society with some workshops.

In conclusion, creating inclusive workplaces that embrace diversity and provide reasonable accommodations can help ensure a positive and supportive work environment for individuals with autism.

 

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    To those children who shine their own lights. May they always blossom

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    Thank you, Autisme Maurice, for the important support you provide to individuals and families who are impacted by autism.

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Preparing and assisting young adults with autism to integrate the labour market in professional fields such as music, handmade crafts, cooking, baking, and pastry workshops is an important and valuable endeavor. By offering specialized training and support, these individuals can develop their skills and talents, gain employment opportunities, and achieve greater independence and fulfillment in their lives.

Providing vocational training in musical skills allows young adults with autism to explore their passion for music and develop their talents to a professional level. This can involve learning to play various instruments. Through structured programs and individualized instruction, these individuals can acquire the necessary skills to pursue careers as musicians, music teachers, or performers. It provides a platform for emotional expression, enhances communication and social skills, which also act as a therapy.

Similarly, engaging young adults with autism in handmade crafts workshops empowers them to express their creativity and develop marketable skills. These workshops can focus on various crafts such as painting, Tie and dye, sewing, bag making, or jewelry making. Those young adults can produce unique and high-quality products for sale, either independently or through partnerships with local businesses. This not only provides them with an income source but also boosts their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.

In the culinary field, cooking, baking, and pastry workshops offer young adults with autism the opportunity to acquire essential culinary skills and knowledge. These workshops can cover various aspects, including food preparation, baking techniques, recipe development, and food safety. With appropriate training and support, participants can gain the skills necessary to work in professional kitchens, cafés, bakeries, or even start their own food-related businesses.

As our school is under the SENA scheme, which caters for pupils aged 5 to 20. Our students who reach the age of 20 no longer have a plateform for them. That's why we're working on Atelier kestrel to help them integrate into society with some workshops.

In conclusion, creating inclusive workplaces that embrace diversity and provide reasonable accommodations can help ensure a positive and supportive work environment for individuals with autism.

 

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  1. GN
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    Michael Li

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  3. AJ
    Keep up the great work, everyone!

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  4. MP
    To those children who shine their own lights. May they always blossom

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  5. BL
    Thank you, Autisme Maurice, for the important support you provide to individuals and families who are impacted by autism.

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  6. BL
    Beatrice Lim

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  7. SB
    Good vision and intention

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