Elderly care


Soft dough, hot bread, aroma of bread. Memories, memories, memories … This activity brought me back many years ago, when I was a little girl and leaning on my fists on the bread trough, watched my mother and grandmother while they were bread-kneading. They made a lot of bread, almost for the whole week.”

This activity awakened the child again in me. I was experiencing pleasant emotions, now I feel closer to the others in the center.”

How can our methodology benefit your work:

  • Providing an opportunity for elderly people to have a little bit of fun and share their feelings
  • Providing an opportunity for elderly people to share their knowledge and learn something new at the same time
  • A therapeutical approach to psychological issues
  • Making, baking and breaking bread together as an universal symbol of building a better society together based on understanding, solidarity, dignity and respect for the others
  • Diversification of social events in which hospitalized children can participate
  • Sharing sensitive personal stories – kneading bread with the feeling, aroma and symbolism of home and family that it creates touches people deeply and helps them easily open to others and offer mutual support

What problems we solve:

  • Lack of diverse social events
  • Social exclusion
  • Psychological traumas related to loneliness
  • Sense of loneliness and isolation