Social Awareness about Differently Abled in Egypt

by Alhassan Foundation for Differently Abled Inclusion
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Social Awareness about Differently Abled in Egypt
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Social Awareness about Differently Abled in Egypt
Social Awareness about Differently Abled in Egypt
Social Awareness about Differently Abled in Egypt

Project Report | Jun 21, 2023
Believe in yourself, Believe in Alhassan!

By Mostafa ElAraby | Project Contributor

Alhassan FDN team
Alhassan FDN team

Dear Alhassan Foundation’s friends, believers and supporters,

Thanks to your generous donations we were able to offer the much needed physical, psychological and social empowering services to our beneficiaries. Starting from providing tutorials on how to become physically independent to peer counseling sessions that foster healthy attitude towards one’s challenge and finally  helping couples achieve their dreams of having a baby! Click here to know more about Bliss.

 

One of the most difficult tasks facing us at AlHassan Foundation is to rehabilitate the newly injured psychologically. From my personal experience as a wheelchair user, it is very difficult to accept psychological rehabilitation from abled people as they didn't go through the same emotional experience.

You keep convincing yourself that people can’t understand your suffering and the difficulties and challenges that you're facing on a daily basis as a wheelchair user.

Therefore, we are always in AlHassan Foundation keen on meeting with new members in social gatherings, in order to provide them with psychological rehabilitation, and this is implemented through an elite group of experts (real life experience) from the Foundation’s team who are also wheelchair users.

The following pictures represent the latest gatherings carried out by Alhassan Foundation in El-Sharqia governorate.

During this gathering, a well-trained team from Alhassan Foundation provided psychological rehabilitation sessions to more than 90 new members of wheelchair users.

At Alhassan Foundation, We truly believe that each wheelchair user has the ability to achieve whatever they desire, whether at the level of study, work, playing sports, getting married and building a financially independent family. This is achieved through meeting the new members of the Foundation and providing them with psychological rehabilitation by well-trained individuals (wheelchair users) from the Foundation’s teamwork.

We hope that these photos can show how much happiness AlHassan Foundation brings to its members.

We want to thank every donor or supporter who helps us to achieve this success and we urge you to continue supporting us in our cause, our hope, our dream through subscribing to monthly donation which helps us secure enough funds to help more wheelchairs users and their families.

Please visit our Facebook page to read other success stories:

https://www.facebook.com/AlhassanFDN/
 
Thank you for believing in the differently abled. :)

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