When we founded the Association and started with our work, all activities were done from a boot of a white Golf II. There were materials for the workshops, catering, music, a computer and yoga mats.
We used the premises of friendly schools, local communities and associations. We enjoyed this travelling from one place to another like Roma people. However, we needed our base, our home and a place where we would be hosts together with our children, and having seriously thought about it, we came up with an idea that we should have our own house.
Local Inclusive Centre is similar to social centres that have been functioning for very long time in major cities in the world and countries where the community looks after its vulnerable groups. We wished to make a welcoming place owned by all parents that have children with developmental disabilities but also wanted to change something in the society.