We consider work to be a basic human right and an important means of participation in society or a community. Through work one can develop social and technical skills, and the outcome of work is a quality product or service of which one can be proud.
Each resident works in a formal work-setting within defined working hours. Most work in one of our therapeutic workshops on the farm, and some are supported to work in the nearby town of Hermanus on a part time basis.
Each resident knows that his or her input is an important contribution to the smooth functioning of our community and that without it the community would be poorer.