Help 100 children in India fight
(Project #36518 from Balajothi Centre
for the Disabled Trust)
Funding goal : $10,000 / Funds raised
to date : $970
Project Report due date : Oct 10,
Project Report sent on : Sep 29, 2020
PALSY can involve brain and nervous system functions, such as movement,
learning, hearing, seeing, and thinking. Its symptoms include:
such as controlling head, rolling over, reaching with one hand, sitting without
support, crawling, or walking
handedness before age of 18 months
"infantile" or "primitive reflexes," which normally
disappear 3 to 6 months after birth
Cerebral palsy is
caused by injuries or abnormalities of the brain.
There is no
permanent cure for cerebral palsy. The objective of treatment is to help the
person be as independent as possible.
expert at Balajothi recommends occupational therapy for children suffering from
cerebral palsy. An occupational therapist helps kids with severe developmental
delays learn some basic tasks such as bathing, getting dressed, brushing their
teeth, and feeding themselves.
He also helps kids
with behavioral disorders, learn anger-management techniques (i.e., instead of
hitting others or acting out, the children would learn positive ways to deal
with anger, such as writing about feelings or participating in a physical
thanks YOU, DONOR, for your generous and sacrificial giving of $970 to-date
towards this worthy cause. We thank you
especially for your donation during this period of COVID-19 pandemic raging all
over the globe. Thanks to your kindness
our special children are not only safe but also healthy as they stay indoors.
thanks GlobalGiving for their constant endeavors in helping the underprivileged
disabled community. Our grateful thanks
and prayers for the safety and welfare of GlobalGiving’s staff and volunteers
in their service to the people affected during this pandemic. God bless and keep you safe !!