AMALSANG supports people with disabilities. Integration and equality are very important to us. We have been accompanying people with disabilities for 20 years and are experienced in dealing with their special needs. We want to enable them to be creative and take part in social life. That is why AMALSANG gives free embroidery courses for people with disabilities. If you are interested, you can contact us via our social media channels and via our email firstname.lastname@example.org .
The children's book, Mila Looks for the Rainbow , is to employ story telling for language learning, an idea conceived by a Berlin-based educational program. It is also intended to introduce children to the topics of sustainability and recycling, and to inspire them to create beautiful new things from recycled materials. With technology playing an increasingly important role in children's education, Daniela is inspired by Jaron Lanier to follow a code of responsible commitment and handling. The book is available as free to read ebook and has been translated to multiple languages and includes videos and audio. The pictures can be printed in color or as black and white line drawings. The latter may be used for coloring pages or as DIY templates for handicrafts. The book is suitable for children 3 years and up.DOWNLOAD THE FREE EBOOK HERE!
A version in Braille, as well as a 100% hand-made tactile book, are available by Daniela.
In the photo gallery you can see how it is possible to embroider with only one functional hand, since the other hand is stiffened by a stroke.