Drawing a smile for disabled children in Bethlehem

by Nour Charitable Society
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Drawing a smile for disabled children in Bethlehem
Drawing a smile for disabled children in Bethlehem
Drawing a smile for disabled children in Bethlehem
Jul 10, 2021

NOOR CHILDREN DEVELOPMENTS April-July 2021

1. Jinan : The girl suffers from short tendons and muscles of the lower extremities as a result of premature birth in the sixth month. She is a beneficiary of the physiotherapy program. She takes two physiotherapy sessions per week.
Session Objectives:
Strengthening the muscles and strengthening the lower extremities. Practice walking, standing and improving balance
Long term treatment:-
The ability to stand and balance.
Changes that occurred within three months:
Increased muscle tone in the lower extremities
Improvement in muscle length and movement
Improvement in standing posture
Treatment methods used:
Stretching exercises
strengthening exercises
Stand exercises

2. The child Qusay, who suffers from quadriplegic cerebral palsy, is benefiting from the physiotherapy program and learning difficulties. He takes two physiotherapy sessions per week.
Session Objectives:-
It includes stretching muscles, relieving pain, strengthening muscles, increasing joint sensation, improving balance, adjusting posture, improving fine muscle work (hands) and training in chair-to-bed/chair-to-chair movement.
Long-term goals of treatment:
The ability to stand and balance.

Changes that occurred within three months: -

Improved balance when making a transitional movement.
Muscle strength and mobility of the joints and lower extremities (knee, hip joint) improved.
Standing from a sitting position using the stand.
Improved use of the bathroom and the transition from chair to chair.
Treatment methods used:-
Stretching exercises.
strengthening exercises.
Mobility exercises.
Balance exercises.
Cognitive and mental exercises.
Fine muscle exercises.
Breathing exercises.


3. Mahmoud  suffers from severe respiratory problems as a result of cerebral palsy, beneficiary of the physiotherapy program for one session per week
Session Objectives:
muscle strengthening
Improve breathing
Elimination of secretions accumulated in the lungs
Work on improving and strengthening fine muscles
Long-term goals of treatment:
Eliminate the accumulation of secretions and improve breathing
Changes that occurred within three months:
Slight changes and improvement
Methods used in treatment:
Exercises to get rid of secretions in the lungs
Breathing muscle strengthening exercises
fine muscle exercises


4. The child Ismail who suffers from quadrilateral equilibrium cerebral palsy. He suffers from balance and movement problems as he uses a large balance base and takes two physiotherapy sessions per week.
Session Objectives:-
Muscle strengthening.
Improving balance (standing on one foot) and visual and motor coordination.
Long-term treatment goals:
Get a balanced walk with a small footing.
Changes that occurred during the three months: -
Improved balance when walking and reduced rapid random movements.
And improve muscle strength of the lower and upper extremities.
Treatment methods used:-
Walking exercises in rings, lines and narrow lanes.
Balance exercises on the round plate for balance.
Strengthening exercises using the stairs.

 

5-Adham suffers from quadriplegic cerebral palsy in the lower extremities more than the upper extremities. Take two sessions per week 

Session Objectives:-
Stretching muscles include lower and upper limbs, strengthening muscles, improving balance and gait pattern, strengthening fine muscles (hands) and balancing exercises.
Long-term goals of treatment:
Correct gait pattern and balance during walking.
Treatment methods used:-
Balance, strengthening and breathing exercises.
Precise muscle exercises.


6. Fatima  suffers from increased tone and muscle weakness in the right extremities, benefiting from the physiotherapy program, with two sessions per week.
Session Objectives:-
Improving balance while sitting
Strengthening the back muscles
Strengthening the fine muscles of the hands

Long-term goals of treatment:
stand up
Changes that occurred during the three months: -
Better balance and strong back muscles
Treatment methods used:-
Sitting balance exercises
Muscle strengthening exercises.

 


7. The child Yazan suffers from hydrocephalus as a result of premature birth, benefiting from the physiotherapy program at two sessions per week.
Session Objectives:-
Strengthening the neck muscles.
Strengthening the trunk muscles.
Improving balance while sitting.
Long-term goals of treatment:
Sitting and crawling.
Treatment methods used:-
Muscle stretching and strengthening exercises (neck muscles to control head movement, trunk muscles to improve sitting).
Compression and pulling exercises for joints to strengthen muscles and sensation.


8. The girl Fatima suffers from quadriplegic cerebral palsy, who is benefiting from the physiotherapy program and takes two physiotherapy sessions per week.
Session Objectives:-
Strengthen muscles, relieve pain, increase joint sensation, and strengthen fine muscles.
Long-term goals of treatment:
Lift the head and sit down.
Changes that occurred during the three months: -
Significantly improved head elevation and onset of sitting.
Treatment methods used:-
Medical ball exercises.
Lower muscle strengthening exercises.
Neck muscle strengthening exercises.


9. The child Judy, the child suffering from Down syndrome, has a slight delay in motor development, benefiting from the physiotherapy program at two sessions per week
Session Objectives:-
It includes strengthening the muscles of the lower extremities
improve balance
Long-term goals of treatment:
stand up
Changes that occurred during the three months: -
Walking many steps on the walker and improving balance
Treatment methods used:
Walking on the bar and the walker
balance exercises 

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