From 20.06.2022 to 25.06.2022, Natalia, Kaloyan, Feidan and Sasho, accompanied by five staff members, were on a summer camp in the seaside village of Tyulenovo, Shabla municipality.
Times change, people, policies, wars are fought and hardly anyone feels certain about anything. But the kind villagers always make us feel welcome and the youngsters truly love being at the seaside. Feeling the sea waves splashing, Feidan smiled and parted with them with difficulty. Natalya, on the other…
Can the voice of those who are vulnerable be captured so as to improve the community awareness of childcare practitioners and, over time, draw attention to issues that have regional or national significance?
We have devised and tested a user-friendly tool and, having seen the emergence of themes and patterns. We believe it shows promise. Practitioners and government agencies have responded favourably.
On the occasion of June 1, the children in the Social Services Complex were visited by a high school student who gave a gift to each child. Additionally, the special guest was Pippi Longstocking. The sounds of children’s songs and laughter were accompanied by boisterous games, dances, awards and gypsy wheels. 💃🤸🕺 Every child left with loads of positive emotions, a bag of treats and many memories! 🥳 For the finale, Pippi had prepared a modest cake with icing inscribed…
On the eve of one of the brightest Christian holidays, Easter, Dr. Petya Kashukeva, Mr. Kamen Filipov and Mr. Nikolay Nikolov, made a generous donation for the needs of the young clients who have a multitude of special needs, donating a treadmill, baby baskets, bodysuits, leggings, diapers, vegetables, meat and fruit purees, adapted milk, porridge, laundry detergents. On behalf of Equilibrium and the children we express our heartfelt gratitude.
According to Finnish professor Mirjam Kalland a child “demands continuity, stability and recurring routines”. Kelland provides a recipe for the professional support by claiming that “we can support the health of individual children and families with very ordinary things, with the ‘magic of the ordinary’”. (Source: ‘Family centre in the Nordic countries – a meeting point for children and families’, Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen 2012).
On 18th March, A forum was held in Ruse as an undertaking of the municipal authority – “Social Policies – New Opportunities, New Responsibilities for Development of the Regional Potential for Economic Social Social Services and Social Innovation”.
Official guests included the Minister of Labour and Social Policy Mr. Goekov, Deputy Secret Ministry Minister Mr. Krastev, Mr. Milkov – Mayor of Ruse Municipality, representatives of the Agency for Social Assistance and the Agency for the Quality…
Heartfelt thanks to the whole team of Vitte Automotive who have provided the young clents of the Ruse complex with a fantastic punching bag and ball pump for the gymnasium and handset, microphone, camera and stationery that helps with our distance learning programme and creative workshops.
Best wishes from the whole EQ team!
While working with our team it had become clear that Nadia’s love of art could develop into something special if she was given the right encouragement and gently pushed to do her best.
Ognian has kindly provided professional standard paint brushes and paper to help Nadia on her creative journey.
It has become a tradition for the young clients of those services in Byala managed by Equilibrium to provide friends and supporters with martenitsi. Among the recipients were mayor, Mr. Slavov and head of child protection, Violeta Yordanova. Representatives of the police, local businesses and the general public also received tokens for March 1st, Baba Marta from Reni and Sevi from the small-group home.
Well done girls and Happy Baba Marta!
An Equilibrium gratitude certificate and an icon of the Holy Virgin were presented to the director of the Julia Vrevska clinic in Byala, Dimitar Dimitrov and medics from the local hospital. They were presented on behalf of the local centre for social rehabilitation and reintegration and the small-group home both managed by Equilibrium.
Equilibrium personnel thanked Pavlina Georgieva who heads the Julia Vrevska clinic for the care and treatment provided to the youngsters from the small-group home.