Hydrotherapy in Action Hydrotherapy session in Action Dzherelo Centre children's Hydrotherapy Pool Hydrotherapy for children

Dzherelo Children's Rehabilitation Centre

Org #45169
Vetted since 2017 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
1993
year founded
$1,539
raised on GlobalGiving
9
months fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

The Dzherelo Children's Rehabilitation Centre provides a comprehensive program of educational and rehabilitation services to children and youth with Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Autism, as well as other developmental disorders. Dzherelo was created as an alternative to the state-run institutions and operates as a non-profit organization. Dzherelo Centre works towards an inclusive society that welcomes people with special needs and provides them opportunities to develop their full potential. To date, Dzherelo Centre has served over 5000 youth since 1993. We assist up to 170 youth on a daily basis, provide round-trip transportation, and meals.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Christina Taylor
Christina Taylor
Natalia Siredzhuk
Natalia Siredzhuk
Team
Zoreslava Luilchak, Natalya Siredzhuk
Organization Information
http://www.dzherelocentre.org.ua
Facebook Page
pr Chervonoyi Kalyny 86A
Lviv, 79049
Ukraine
380322273600

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 4532964445
Organization Information
http://www.dzherelocentre.org.ua
Facebook Page
pr Chervonoyi Kalyny 86A
Lviv, 79049
Ukraine
380322273600

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 4532964445

Project Reports

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Jul 31, 2018
Hydrotherapy Progress Report
Since March 2018, there were 68 classes and 12 kids in the hydrotherapy program. Parents reported that the children were stronger and building trust with the physical therapists. Children were...
Jun 19, 2018
Jump on in, The water is fine!
Thanks to our donors the Dzherelo Children’s Rehabilitation Centre’s Hydrotherapy pool has been providing a sneaky physical therapy as the children don’t realize they are working...
Mar 22, 2018
Research for Hydrotherapy for Children with Autism
There is more research supporting the goodness of water and exercise for calming behaviors and improving social skills in children with Autism.    Mortimer, Rachel & Privopoulos, Melinda...
 
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