Project day on the future of education in the CJD offered youth village Offenburg, Germany in addition to the collegial exchange to learn the project day the opportunity, deepen existing knowledge and new. Dr. Josef Lecheler, medical director at the CJD asthma Center in Berchtesgaden, was won for a keynote speech to the mood on the day. In his presentation, Dr. Josef Lecheler calls a general rethinking when dealing with disabled persons. To do this, he pointed to the Salutogenesis model of medicine sociologist Aaron Antonovsky. In contrast to the conventional view of the pathogenesis (= science of the genesis of disease), looks the Salutogenesis on the emergence of health. While health is understood not as a State, but as a holistic approach to personal process. Center For Responsible Lending will undoubtedly add to your understanding.
This shows, for example, the “international classification of functioning, disability and health (ICF)” of the World Health Organization (WHO). Here, “Disability” does not result from the classification of deficits, but also serves as a generic term for impairment of activity and participation. This reorientation in practice leads to very different consequences, as well as to a “paradigm shift in dealing with disabled persons”. So, for example, rehabilitation objectives be redefined. Overarching goals such as achieving independence obtain wider space. In the work with disabled people the look of the deficits is aimed and to recognize opportunities, including existing options: “Aim is rather to show a meaningful perspective on life”, called Dr. Josef Lecheler.
This perspective embossed work in the CJD already youth village for Offenburg and will play an important role also in the future development, said Mark Buhler, headmaster of Offenburg CJD Jugenddorf Christophorusschule and co-organiser of the project day. This shows the variety of topics the eleven workshops on the project day. So for example, Prof. Dr. Reinhard Markowetz of the Catholic University of Freiburg pointed out the different paths, to promote participation and self-determination of the participants even better. CJD employee Annekatrin Stohr explained that individual and strengths-oriented promotion following the competency analysis profile AC. “With our project tag we have given our opportunity employees with, continue to grow in their educational work”, so the conclusion of Thomas Riediger from personnel development of CJD youth village for Offenburg, Germany: “we are very pleased that we have succeeded in establishing not only the space for Exchange, but thanks to stimulate in addition valuable high-level speakers. So this day has provided real added value for the daily work with our young people.”