Erna Hosemann’s sister moved in with her to help her out. She therefore had to move into the Schildeckstraße 12 in the former Jewish Rabbi’s apartment in 1970.
Help for older people, families, social and also bureaucratic help and recuperation care continued to be offered. However at first, only the sewing room, office and conference room were on the premises.
In 1981 it was possible to rent more rooms and so there was space for school assignments help and assistance for foreigners.
Sociability always played an important role. In the 1950’s after things got better for the Germans, the zest for life also returned.
AWO members then met for summer, Christmas and Carnival festivities. There were also many bus trips and other trips that took place together.
This tradition is still practised today. Meanwhile there are even festivals in the different urban quarters, a Fairy tale festival in the city centre and the annual Dinner- in-White which takes place in the Fulda meadow.