My name is Lisa Buschle, I live in Freiburg and I am a remedial teacher (BA). Inclusion and sustainability are topics that play a big role in my life and that I would now like to dedicate myself to professionally. Therefore, I would like to combine these important topics in one project:
I have the vision of an inclusive second hand store in Freiburg or the surrounding area, which offers people with disabilities retail jobs in the general labor market with fair pay. The store is adapted to the needs and abilities of the employees. Employees are individually trained in the work processes and work areas of a retail store with the necessary support. The clothing is collected through donations or at household liquidations. Another part of the project is the area of "upcycling": Not only intact clothing can be handed in, but also damaged pieces are prepared for sale again by using embroidery machines or screen printing. Clothes that can no longer be refurbished find new life in small sewing projects that are also sold in the store as gift ideas. The premises are also used for educational activities on the topic of sustainability and the mindful treatment of the environment in the form of workshops (e.g. Upcyling), joint clean-up campaigns (CleanUp), educational work on the topic of climate and environmental protection. These workshops are also inclusive and anyone:r can participate in these events to promote inclusive togetherness as well as awareness of sustainability. I am convinced that my project makes a valuable contribution to the participation of people with disabilities, inclusion and a more conscious approach to consumption and the environment.
The store offers customers the possibility of barrier-free shopping. Accordingly, the facility should be designed to provide, for example, a step-free entrance and barrier-free booths.The store should offer enough space so that people with a walker or wheelchair can shop in it without any problems.
Through my many years of working in an inclusive café, I have learned to train people with disabilities in complex work processes and to accompany them in them.Working with self-made picture cards and plans, to illustrate the work processes were the content of my work.I learned to value small steps that ultimately achieve a big goal in terms of independence.In addition to my studies (B.A. Heilpädagogik / Inclusive Education), I have taught various handwork courses in the LIn addition to my studies (B.A. Heilpädagogik / Inclusive Education), I have taught various handicraft courses in the LeIn addition to my studies (B.A. Heilpädagogik / Inclusive Education), I have taught various handwork courses in the Leb.
Through my many years of working in an inclusive café, I have learned to familiarize people with disabilities with complex work processes and to accompany them in them. Working with self-made picture cards and plans to illustrate the work processes were the content of my work. I learned to value small steps that ultimately achieve a big goal in terms of independence. In addition to my studies (B.A. Curative Education / Inclusive Education), I have led various handwork courses at Lebenshilfe. I am aware that my project involves a high level of responsibility, organizational challenges, such as the planning of work processes and customer acquisition, but also the professional competence as well as the personal commitment and sensitivity towards the employees and customers and I am ready to take this step.