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Amadip Esment Foundation

Amadip Esment Foundation is a non-governmental organisation set up in 1962 and declared of Public Interest by the Council of Ministers in 1966. It works to help people who are mentally disabled, and their families, to enjoy and improve their quality of life and have the same opportunities as everyone else. It provides support in the areas of assessment, guidance at educational centres, housing and homes, day care, leisure and sport, as well as a service to help families.

Esment acts as the umbrella for all the organisation's commercial activities, which aim to create and maintain stable jobs for mentally disabled people. It competes under the same conditions as other companies in the market and offers good quality products and services. The wide range of activities carried out means that more jobs are available and positions can be more in line with people's different requirements and skills.

  • Esment Impremta i Manipulats
  • Esment Jardineria
  • Esment Neteja
  • Esment Alimentació: 3 café-restaurants, management of the Edificio Mirall cafeteria (TUI), organic farming, Gallinas & Focas wines, oil, products from Forn Pes de sa Palla: bread, cakes, ice creams and chocolates.

Esment Escola Professional is a project by Amadip Esment Foundation whose aim is to improve the qualifications of young people, both those who require support and those who don't, and thereby help them find employment.

  • Level 1 vocational training certificate: available in printing and handling products, gardening, cooking, dining room service, baking, cleaning and laundry services and office work.
  • Level 2 vocational training certificate: available in cooking and dining room service.

All the profit made by Esment is reinvested in its own activities to offer more training and more social and employment opportunities to the people we work with.

 

Website: www.amadipesment.org

Contact person for ARFIE: Carmen Muñoz González

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Fundació Ampans

AMPANS began as a non-profit organization in 1965, founded by a group of parents concerned about education and integration of children with disabilities, constituting the beginning of what AMPANS Foundation is today.

True commitment to serve people with disabilities, AMPANS provides services to over 1,200 people each year.
AMPANS Foundation acquires an ethical commitment to the management in order to achieve the fundamental rights of people with intellectual disabilities, promoting democratic values and practices.

Disabilities: Children from 3 years old, teenagers and adults with intellectual disabilities and special educational needs. 

Age groups 3-16, 16-25, 25+ and 40+
Main services 

  • Education, School
  • Day care centre 
  • Occupational centre
  • Residential care
  • Residential centre for children and young
  • Residential home for adults
  • Residential centre for the mentally handicapped
  • Residential centre for the mentally disordered 
  • Employment with support
  • Special employment centre
  • Vocational and placement programs 
  • Occupational training course 
  • Labour integration


AMPANS political actions are based on the following criteria:

  • Continuity of care
  • Presence in the Community
  • Commitment to people and territory
  • Warm welcome to people
  • Comfortable and suitable equipment

This is possible thanks to a team of over 600 professionals and has the support of many individuals, organizations, institutions and companies which trust that we can help people with intellectual disabilities, making their life easier.

The mission of the organization is improving the quality life of the intellectually disabled, creating and managing centres, services and supporting the criteria of efficiency and effectiveness.
It is the organization will, to provide services to other groups with supporting needs and people with intellectual disabilities in other areas.

The vision of the Organization is becoming a reference and a mark of quality in the care of people with intellectual disabilities, which stand for:

  • Comfortable and safe living spaces, where people with disabilities can develop their life.
  • The trust of families and public administrations.
  • Ethical conduct and excellence in management.
  • Being a good place to work.
  • Social support and active participation of friends and collaborators.
  • Sustainability and financial strength.
  • The commitment and closeness to the land, being active agents in promoting values and social cohesion.


The values promoted by AMPANS Foundation within the entire organization are:

  • Respect
  • Kindness and humanism
  • Quality
  • Professionalism
  • Responsibility
  • Commitment

Excellence is the commitment of AMPANS in the management of centres and services. How do we do it? Looking for the highest quality, applying continuous improvement and analysing the indicators to understand the quality of service as an inherent right for our people. Moreover, we plan services that create satisfaction and confidence to attended people, adopting management policies that encourage maximum involvement of all people in the organization.


Quality:

  • 400 + European Excellence for Quality Management (CEG) - (EFQM)
  • Certification UNE-EN-ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System

Environment:

  • EMA's European Registry III
  • Certification UNE-EN-ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management Systems

Risk Prevention:

  • OHSAS 18001:2007 Management Systems for Safety and Health at Work

Public recognition:

  • 1986 Declaration of Public Entity
  • Bages 1991 Award
  • 1992 St George Cross
  • Environment Award 2004 of the Chamber of Commerce
  • Work Plate 2008 President Macià
  • Section 2013 Award Alares Cleaning Especial employment center AMPANS

Contact person for ARFIE:  Janeta Camps 
Website: www.ampans.cat 

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