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New albergue in ESTELLA

Javier

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Gracias Javier.
Just to remind pilgrims - and let new pilgrims know - there is the wonderful ANFAS albergue oustide Estella managed in conjunction with people who are intellectually disabled.
It is open from 1st June to 4th September, has two bedrooms with bunk beds, bathrooms divided into showers and toilets adapted for people with disabilities, a reception area, lounge and kitchen / dining room.

You can find out more about them here:
http://www.anfasnavarra.org/html/progra ... m#albergue
and can contact them at: albergue@anfasnavarra.org
 

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Asociación navarra en favor de las personas con discapacidad intelectual (ANFAS)
 

Javier

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OK. Silly.- It is not.... AFAS
It is ANFAS Asociación navarra en favor de las personas con discapacidad intelectual.
Buenos dias............
 
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Arn

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It's a shame My Camino will end before they open the New Albergue, in that my Spanish is nowhere near the level to understand what’s written in the information, I have a few questions:
1. I'd be interested to see how they've integrated the staff for peregrinos with intellectual disabilities and,
2. if they have folks on staff as hospitaleros that have intellectual disabilities.
3. Also, what training has the staff undertaken to better equip them to both integrate their folks and the peregrines with intellectual into the whole picture.
Before I leave for SJPDP, I will be making a DVD for US Sailing (I’m ExDir of a program that uses sailing as a form of therapeutic recreation for sailors with disabilities) in concert with the Neurophysical Department of the College of William and Mary (I’m Asst, Coach for their Sailing Team). This program will specifically be focused at training sailing instructors on the many nuances and adaptations they must make in their presentation and on water instruction skills to successfully introduce sailors with intellectual disabilities to the joy of sailing for recreation and competition should they desire to move in that direction.
Buen inclusive Camino,

Arn
 

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Javier Martin

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Hello,

I could see in a TV program about several months ago is that ANFAS is doing a great, really great job running this albergue in Estella.

Buen Camino,

Javier Martin
Madrid, Spain
 

SabineP

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some and then more. see my signature.
I will definitely try to stay the night over there. I'm working here in Belgium in a same kind of organisation ( only we have a " social " community kitchen open for every interested citizen).
These kind of projects have to welcomed and supported all the way.
Great job these people are doing.
 

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