Presentation on theme: "Comparison of different types of youth movements."— Presentation transcript:
Comparison of different types of youth movements
–habitual youth movement (KSJ pius X) –youth movement with inclusion (LAT chiro) –youth movement for people with a disability (Scouts Groeninge: Pallieters)
KSJ PIUS X
Vision –Playing together in a group –Education –Experimenting –Being critical –Taking voluntary and long-term engagement –Giving meaning to different things –Concentrating on children and adolescents as individuals, in a group and in society.
KSJ PIUS X Target group –Children from first form and older. –Groups are formed by age
KSJ PIUS X Number of members and their guides –137 members –18 guides
KSJ PIUS X Groups –Sloebers 1 st and 2 nd form (4 guides) –Springers 3 th en 4 th form (3 guides) –Roodkapjes 5 th en 6 th form (4 guides) –JIM 1 st grade (2 guides) –JIM 2 nd grade (2 guides) –SIM 3 th en 4 th grade (2 guides) –+16 5 th grade (1 guide)
KSJ PIUS X Type of activities Frequency –Once a week Duration –1 st up to 4 th form: from 14h till 16h –From 5 th form and older: from 14h till 17h –There is 1 activity for each group
KSJ PIUS X Explanation of the game Places Reactions –guides –members –parents
KSJ PIUS X Why this target group? Maximal allowed number of members? Special activitities? Cooperation with other youth movements?
KSJ PIUS X Membership fee –30 euros 1 st child –25 euros 2 nd child and following –17 euros go to vKSJwest (insurance and entry) Dress code
LAT Chiro Melden
LAT Chiro Vision Chiro melden –Everybody has to be allowed in and has to get the same possibilities to participate. (irrespective of their sex, race, talents and posibilities) –Everybody is different: inclusion
LAT Chiro Inclusion vision –Getting rid of special institutes, schools and groups for people with a disability. –People should not have to adjust to its environment, but the environment should be adjusted to the people. So everyone can learn and participate. –All children are different and they can learn a lot from each other.
LAT Chiro All children with all different types of diagnosis are welcome, as long as it is possible not to have to guide the member as an individual in the group = No dyadic guidance, because that way there is no inclusion
LAT Chiro Target group –Current situation: Children without a disability Children with a fysical disability Children with ADHD Children from families who have financial difficulties Children with autism Children with a minor upto moderate mental disability Children with or without a disability are allowed from the age of 6 up to 18 years old (getting older they can become a guide
LAT Chiro Number of members and guides –65 guides Speelclubs (21 members) Rakwis (18 members) titos (7 members) Ketis (8 members) Aspis (11 members)
LAT Chiro Type of activities Frequency –Once a week Duration From 14h till 17h
LAT Chiro Explanation of the game Places Reactions –Guides –Members –parents
LAT Chiro Why this target group? Maximum allowed number of members? Special activities? Cooperation with other youth movements?
LAT Chiro Membership fee –20 euros for each member (insurance, buying materials) Dress code
Vision –Scouting activities should be accessible for people with a mental or fysical disability Target group –Children and adolescents with a mental or fysical disability from the age of 7 up to 35 years –Preliminary meeting and trial period –The most common mental disabilities are autism, Down syndrome, …
Pallieters Number of members and guides –34 members –9 guides Groups –There are no different groups because there are not enough guides
Pallieters Type of activity Frequency –3 times/month Duration –The members are present during 2,5 hours –The activity itself takes less than 2 hours
Pallieters Explanation of the game Places Reactions –guides –members –parents
Pallieters Why this target group? Maximal allowed number of members? Special activities? Cooperation with other youth movements?
Pallieters Membership fee –30 euros for each member (insurance + downpayment of their room) –+ 10 euros for special activities Dress code
Conclusion OT and youth movement: –Comparison Activity Relation –Occupational Therapist as guide