Albergo Etico in “Io Donna” of the Corriere della Sera

An important article by Anna Alberti was published in Io Donna in the Corriere della Sera on Saturday 27 November in which she speaks of “work that makes the difference”.

“Clients – Toselli said in the article – find first of all a great travel experience, the welcome and quality typical of Made in Italy with costs and services suitable for 3 or 4-star structures, plus the smile and the desire to make these kids who learn autonomy from us, as well as a trade”.

“A third of our staff – continued Toselli – is made up of people with various degrees of intellectual disability, supported by available and capable professionals. And most of them at the end of their apprenticeship are hired, focusing on a path of working autonomy and housing independence: at the Ethical Hotel they receive a salary, not subsidies”.

In addition to the broader article with Toselli’s words, the newspaper also contains a box dedicated to the experience of Etico and its history, with a statement by Antonio De Benedetto, chef of the Tacabanda restaurant and former student of the same institute, in which he speaks by Niccolò Vallese and the Accademia dell’Indipendenza: “Today Niccolo has the keys to the restaurant, lives alone, has many friends, a regular contract and tutors other kids like him”.

“We need to be clear: The quality of a civilization can be measured by the respect it has for its weakest members. There is no other criterion. ”

Jérome Lejeune, pioneer in Trisomy 21

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