Each week, trained psychologists, artists and musicians meet the children to support creative activities. Through forms of dance, balance, craft, music, and artistic expressions, many children can connect with their teachers and peers in a more meaningful way and express experiences that are too difficult to put into words.
Each session is based on physical, spatial, emotional, and cognitive factors. Children are taught essential skills such as eye contact, listening skills, imitation skills, cooperation, and group coordination. The children are encouraged to share their thoughts, fears, or anxieties and engage in emotionally meaningful dialogue with experienced teachers. Each session is filled with dialogue, music, and art with trained staff who believe in creating holistic and empowering experiences for these migrant children who cannot afford expensive education.
These projects have, to date, successfully helped more than 120 children. Please see more picture in gallery