Help Cerebral Palsy affected children

by Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children

Report on ‘HELP CEREBRAL PALSY AFFECTED CHILDREN’

(Project #39831 from Balajothi Centre for the Disabled Trust)

Funding goal : $5,000 / Funds raised to date : $270.15

Project Report due on : Jul 28, 2020 / Report sent on Jul 6, 2020

 

As explained in the Project, Cerebral Palsy is a non-progressive disorder that causes physical disability in development mainly in the areas of body movement and control. It is caused by damage to the motor control centers of the developing brain and can occur during pregnancy, childbirth or after birth. Children affected by CP have problems in perception, communication, cognition and epilepsy. It also leads to musculoskeletal problems resulting in difficulties in movement and balancing.

Balajothi works with CP affected children providing regular physiotherapy and other activities which result in increasing flexibility of muscles.  We also educate & enable the parents to follow through the sessions at home. This project equips Balajothi Centre with the much-needed physiotherapy equipment & training aids for the program.

Neglect of a CP impaired child can lead to lifelong inadequacies impacting the child's life. Regular therapy & training sessions help the children lead near-normal lives. Failure results in tightening of ligaments & spasticity leading to permanent immobility. They are trained for: SELF CARE: bathing, toileting, dressing & grooming. MOBILITY: to safely and independently move around. Communication & Social Relationships: Child's interaction especially other people. Thus giving them SELF ESTEEM and independence in mobility.

Balajothi thanks YOU DONOR for your sacrificial donations of $270.15 todate for this worthwhile cause, in spite of the stressful period of Covid-19 pandemic.  We thank you and commend you for your commitment and request you to continue with your generous donations even in the coming days.  Every dollar is being used for the overall training of these children from underprivileged families.  Slowly but surely you are making a difference in the lives of these children.  Thank you again.

Thank you GlobalGiving for supporting our cause through your fundraising efforts.  Your help and guidance continues to fortify and guide us against overwhelming odds.  Thank you once again !!

Project leader

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Love, Hope, Security
http://www.balajothi.org
https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre



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HELP CEREBRAL PALSY AFFECTED CHILDREN

(Project #39831 from Balajothi Centre for the Disabled Trust)

Funding goal : $5,000 / Funds raised to date : $270

Project report due on : Apr 8, 2020 / Report sent on : Mar 16, 2020

 

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled is a registered charitable trust, founded in the year 2004.  It is not a religious trust. Its doors are open to  intellectually challenged children from disadvantaged families, irrespective of religion, caste, creed or community. Parents are encouraged to participate in our programs through songs and prayers of their respective religions. 

Please follow us on FB at the following link : https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre.

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Cerebral Palsy (CP) affected children need regular physical activity to improve muscle strength & general health. This is accomplished through regular physiotherapy & other activities which result in increasing flexibility of muscles. We provide the therapy and trainings on a daily basis in a safe and secure environment. We also educate & enable the parents to follow through the sessions at home. This project has equipped Balajothi Centre with the much-needed physiotherapy equipment & training aids for the program.


Balajothi thanks YOU, DONOR, for your dedicated and sacrificial donations of $270 till date towards this worthy project.  Every donation received is being used for purchase of equipment and training costs.  Several children with special needs such as cerebral palsy have improved a great deal due to the training sessions. We thank you for your sustained help and support towards this project.


Balajothi thanks GlobalGiving for their guidance and sessions on various aspects of working with special children, through webinars, helpful tips and fund raising on a global level.  Thank you GlobalGiving for your support !!


Project Leader

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Love, Hope, Security
http://www.balajothi.org
https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre



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HELP CEREBRAL PALSY AFFECTED CHILDREN

(Project #39831 by Balajothi Centre for the Disabled Trust)

Funding target $5000 / funds raised to date $270.15

Due date of report Jan 23, 2020 / Report sent on Jan 9, 2020

 

Long-Term Impact

Neglect of a CP impaired child can lead to lifelong inadequacies impacting the child's life. Regular therapy & training sessions help the children lead near-normal lives. Failure results in tightening of ligaments & spasticity leading to permanent immobility. CP impaired children are trained for: SELF CARE: bathing, toileting, dressing & grooming, MOBILITY: to safely and independently move around,  COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS: Child's interaction, especially with other people. Thus giving them SELF ESTEEM, CONFIDENCE IN SELF AND OTHERS, SENSE OF WELL BEING, PRIDE IN ACHIEVING, in short A WHOLESOME HUMAN BEING.

Thank you DONOR for your generous contribution of $270.15 for changing the life of the underprivileged disabled community.  Your donations will be used to provide life-changing rehabilitation activities for the improvement of such persons.

Balajothi thanks GlobalGiving for their continued guidance and support in this humanitarian service by raising funds from across the globe, thus giving us an opportunity to serve these children in our own neighborhood.  Thank you GlobalGiving !!

Project Leader

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Love, Hope, Security
http://www.balajothi.org
https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre



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HELP CEREBRAL PALSY AFFECTED CHILDREN

(A Project by Balajothi Centre for the Disabled Trust - #39831)

Goal : $5000 / Funds raised $270.15

Due date of Report : Nov 23, 2019

Date Report sent : Oct 25, 2019

 

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled is a registered charitable trust, founded in the year 2004.  It is not a religious trust. Its doors are open to  intellectually challenged children from disadvantaged families, irrespective of religion, caste, creed or community. Parents are encouraged to participate in our programs through songs and prayers of their respective religions. Please follow us on Face Book at : https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre/.

Shiva (name changed) is a 100 % disabled child affected by Cerebral Palsy.  Though he is unable to control his body movements he is a happy child and responds well to his caregivers during therapy and training.  He is also non vocal.  When asked if he likes to attend Balajothi Centre he nods vigorously.  He is attached to a select few of the caregivers and is very co-operative. The various programs seek to stimulate his interest and involvement.

Balajothi thanks YOU DONOR for your sacrificial giving of $270.15 which has brought a change in Shiva’s life.  He is certainly happier and healthier now than when he started the program.  YOU DONOR have made this change possible and brought much happiness into his life.  THANK YOU AGAIN for your ongoing support.

THANK YOU GLOBALGIVING for helping us to post this Project on your fundraising platform which has made it possible for donors to support this cause.  THANK YOU AGAIN AND MAY THE ALMIGHTY HELP YOUR EFFORTS IN SERVING THE NEEDY AROUND THE GLOBE !!

Project leader

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Love, Hope, Security
http://www.balajothi.org
https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre



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‘HELP CEREBRAL PALSY AFFECTED CHILDREN 

(A Project by Balajothi Centre for the Disabled Trust – Project # 39831)

Funds required : $5000 : Funds raised till date : $270.15

Due date of Project Report : Sep 23, 2019

Date Report sent : Aug 25, 2019

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled is a registered charitable trust, founded in the year 2004.  It is not a religious trust. Its doors are open to  intellectually challenged children from disadvantaged families, irrespective of religion, caste, creed or community. Parents are encouraged to participate in our programs through songs and prayers of their respective religions. 

Parents of Nikita (name changed) thank YOU DONOR, for your generous giving to support therapy and early intervention programs for their daughter.  Your contribution has made it possible for Balajothi to provide the timely rehabilitation and training programs for Nikita.

Nikita is responding in a positive manner to her rehabilitation programs.  She is a  cheerful and happy child and her parents are delighted with her progress.  Since she has a younger sibling the family gets some respite while she is at Balajothi. YOU DONOR have brought about this change in Nikita’s life. THANK YOU !!

THANK YOU GLOBALGIVING for enabling us to work with children with Cerebral Palsy by raising funds on your global funding platform across the globe.  Your support and funding has made it possible for several  disabled children make remarkable progress in life, which has also brought great respite to the families struggling to manage their children with CP.  God bless you in your service to the disabled !!

More of Balajothi’s activities can be followed on Face Book at  https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre/

Project Leader

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Love, Hope, Security
http://www.balajothi.org
https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre



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Balajothi Centre for the Disabled

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka - India
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