Pahkla Camphill Village offers the service of living in the community to adults with needs for special care. Since 1992 we have tried to create a living environment that fosters the development of skills and abilities of people with special needs through participation in the village activities, giving them the opportunity to feel appreciated and valuable members of society. It is part of the world-wide Camphill Movement, begun in 1939 by the Austrian physician Dr. Karl König (1902 – 1966) in Aberdeen, Scotland. Today there are approximately 100 Camphill centres in more than 20 countries around the world.

Our mission: We offer life for adults with needs for special care in rural community where everyone can contribute to everyday life.

Our vision: ’’The healthy social life is found when, in the mirror of each human soul the whole community finds its reflection, and when in the community the strength of each one is living.” Rudolf Steiner, Ph.D.