Institution of Health

The Institution of Health chosen for the development of the period of training experience was the Day-care center Is Miguel Arcanjo, located in the Slum quarter of the Mill in the region West of the city of So Paulo. This day-care center is kept by the Association Catholic Alliance of Mercy, that also keeps others two called day-care centers, Mercy I and II, located in the quarter of Taipas, also in the zone west of So Paulo. the slum quarter of the Mill has more than three a thousand people living enters the tracks of the CPTM, under of the viaduct Orlando next Murgel the Rio Branco Avenue, in the ruins of the old Matarazzo Mill. Most of the inhabitants if supports collecting and vendendo reciclvel garbage. It does not have light, canalized water or system of sewer. They are about 750 families 1. Thinking about this, the Ong Habitare (Center of Attendance, Study and Research in Psychosomatic Psychoanalysis and) established has five years, has as objective main to the prevention in mental health, working with priority next to gestantes and children 5 years. Developing of the project ‘ ‘ Ways of the Cuidar’ ‘ it had the participation of the University Nine July that it aimed at to relate the theory of the psychology, based in a look of the winnicottiana psicanaltica theory and the practical one of the pedagogical one lived deeply for the educators in its cotidiano.2.

DiscussoA I will choose of this period of training was> made from the presentation that the professors had carried through of its proposals of period of training for this semester in classroom. Of all, the one that called me attention for being different of that already I could participate, was to the proposal offered by the Ivan professor Estevo Branches. Such proposal is related to a Ong (Habitare), this in turn, carries through a work in a day-care center located in the community of the Moinho.Para to follow this work made use of the winnicottiana theory, also used in the too much projects developed for the Ong in question.

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