There are many barriers for a child with disability to access education in Tajikistan. Sometimes this barrier is seen in the attitudes of people that think children with disabilities don’t belong in school or should be kept separate from other children.
Positioning and proper support for children with cerebral palsy is crucial to their development and also to interacting and engaging with their environment.
Now Rustam can express himself, he is socializing with his peers, and he is participating in the cultural events of the organization. Rustam is ready to go to school!
“Fahid, it is your turn to sing!” Our volunteers encourage and then, with a little bit of prompting, Fahid begins to sing for us.
After a couple of sessions on the back of a gentle horse, Jamal now rides with a smile on his face.
Danior used to be angry all the time. He was quick to attack and hit the other kids at the children’s home. He had reasons to be angry –
He now has a stable home for him and his family and is walking on his “new” foot.
Both organizations continue to work in partnership with the mom and her son and we are seeing positive changes in their lives.
Adaptive equipment can make a big difference in a child’s life!
This child was 2 ½ years old and had never walked alone before!
Most importantly, hope is present for Hamidjon because he has a loving mother, who, through our project, is able to experience support and acceptance, receive counselling and process her grief.
Positioning and proper support for children with disabilities is important for their development
Most of all we sense that Haitham now has hope stored in his heart that he did not have before.
After a year of working with her, she is now able to feed herself, shower independently and help with cleaning around the house! When we first started working with her,
So these women continue on, persevering on behalf of the children and their community, sharing a love and passion that grows warmer with time and over many more cups of hot tea.
The staff helped Aygul and her colleagues better understand the effects of CP on the children and ways to increase the children’s mobility.
The wheelchair has not only contributed to Amir’s improvement physically, but emotionally and psychologically as well.
The view of the horizon from the CBR window is changing. As new life sprouts up and lurches forward around the CBR Center and throughout the villages,
Practical training like this empowers therapists to be more professional and to achieve better results in their treatment.