Jun 8, 2018

This guys still need your help

With development this project, 14 children and adolescents have been benefit with therapeutic support in the disease, with comprehensive rehabilitation and accompaniment in the appropriate access to health services, such rehabilitation enables them, a significant Improvement in their life quality, these processes are looking to improve the independence and return a life as close as possible to what we consider an adequate development, by means of the physical, cognitive and motor rehabilitation.

These guys attend an institution that allows them to stimulate the integral development through classes of physics, systems, stimulation, music, literacy, dance and construction of knowledge, according to their needs, according to diagnosis and request for therapy; always looking for the improvement of their quality´s life , and thus, of their family group, minimizing the weight of the internal situations, where the violation of rights are sometimes those that stand out as the main factor of emotional instability in each subject that makes up these nuclei.

That's why we need you to support us with the development of this project, in order to continue providing the accompaniment they need and what the health system denies them, besides what these processes are looking for, is to involve the family group in the prevention of coming and higher risks inherent in diagnoses and treatments, as well as being able to carry out timely and effective monitoring of the disease.

May 4, 2018

Report Help children with disabilities in Medellin

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This Project has permitted to benefit children and teenagers in the development of their activties for the learning, also social and familiar development to accompany them in processes of autonomy and Independence through the opportune and quality rehabilitation in accordance with their needs.

Thanks to you we were able to provide attentions in phonoaudiology where they begin to realize the recognition and to associate different categories across the follow-up of instructions, physiotherapy, and hydrotherapy, making possible to improve physical motor capacities, the respiratory control, and the movements; in the occupational therapies significant advances have been observed in the sensory-motor áreas, from psychology it has sought to work in the processes of autonomy, selfcare, and to stablish routines; in the cognitive therapies it has been possible that the beneficiaries achieve to follow instructions, remain in activities, and to imitate actions; Finally, in music therapy are observed significant progress in each one of the audio stimulus offer during the process, the game, the playful, and the sound world achieve to increase skills which favour corporal and intellectual development.

Thank you very much for you support that allows us to continue offering support to childrens and teenagers with disabilities in Medellin.

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Feb 5, 2018

Sebastian's story

Sebastian’s story

Sebastian is 16 years old, he is diagnosed with cerebral paralysis. He is a very happy guy and he’s always with a smile. He likes to participate in social occasions and the musical instruments.

He recognizes visual images. With these he is anticipated to his routine by pointing what he wants.  With the support of his mother he handle the routine all day long.

He recognizes in pictograms the emotions: sad, boring, mad, and happy. He has clarity in what he likes and what he does not like making moves to indicate approval or rejection.

He realizes manual work with much enthusiasm, he does a great effort.  He loves listening stories.

He recognizes in the images the main characters.

He is progressing: He raises the head for long periods of time responding to visual and auditory stimuli realizing movements to boths sides according to the stimulus.

Sebastian’s Mother has more commitment with the process of comunication of Sebastian. 

 
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