Diakonie saves the association hilfe fur das behinderte kind coburg

diakonie saves the association hilfe fur das behinderte Kind coburg

The future of the association hilfe fur das behinderte kind coburg and its three subsidiaries is "as good as" in dry cloths. Dean stefan kirchberger calls himself a lucky man that he can put together what belongs together. It is expected that at the beginning of the school year, at the latest by the beginning of october, wefa in ahorn will take over 51 percent of the curative education facilities, the school support center and the medical-therapeutic facilities and thus become majority shareholder. 49 percent still subscribed by the association.
The merger had become necessary due to the financial difficulties the association had found itself in. "We are not doing this for reasons of content against economic reason", says the dean at a press conference, in which problems and future concerns of the employees were also addressed. Deacon franz K. Schon from the board of directors of the diaconia underlined the importance of the staff and made it clear that the merger will not lead to any layoffs or changes in the contracts of the employees.
Background and further information will follow.