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The Open Center is a day service or establishment of socio-educational action aimed at children and adolescents between 3 and 18 years of age.


Its purpose is to support, stimulate and enhance the structuring and development of personality, socialization, the acquisition of basic learning and recreation, and compensate for the socio-educational deficiencies of children and adolescents.


It is a resource that is located in the usual environment or context of the child and that bases its intervention, from social and compensatory education on personalized attention through individual, group and family work, networking and the community.


The personal goals to be achieved are:


  • Learn to take care of yourself.

  • Seek personal well-being and that of others.

  • Positively construct one's own identity and the image of the other.

  • Stimulate self-knowledge, self-concept and self-esteem.

  • Strengthen self-confidence and security in the future.

  • Know how to respond to failure, fear, stress and adversity.

  • Awaken your own sensitivity, tenderness and affectivity.

  • Understand and express one's emotions.

  • Recognize and self-regulate aggression.

  • Reject the use of force and violence.

  • Show indignation at injustices.

  • Develop a sense of belonging to one's community.

The activities that take place in the Open Center are programmed around a center of interest, which is the common thread, which, superimposed on the activities, binds them, gives them meaning and makes them attractive.


The focus is on the motivational element, the stimulus for the participation of children and adolescents and proposes activities such as:  


  • Discovery activities, where participants will discover aspects of the environment that until now they had not had the opportunity.

  • Knowledge activities, where both young and old will have the opportunity to acquire new and curious knowledge on the subject.

  • Research activities, where the search for information will be important to reach conclusions and be able to delve into nature.

  • Practical activities or crafts, where they will put into practice what they have discovered and known.

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