Visiting The Bobath Centre “It was a huge delight to visit the internationally recognized Bobath Centre in London. I witnessed a therapy session with a young child with cerebral palsy and was very impressed by the care and attention. I would like to thank Kevin Gillespie, the Fundraising and Development Director, for showing me round and explaining the Bobath concept.” http://just4children.org/news/visiting-the-bobath-centre/
Louise Elliott joins Board Just4Children is thrilled to announce that Louise Elliott has joined the board of trustees. Mother of 5 boys Louise says, “I am extremely pleased to become a trustee for Just4children. As a mother that has a disabled child and knowing what it's like to go through the fundraising process to enable our children to live the best life they possibly can, I know how hard it is for families to have to do this."
Mirror Therapy for Individuals with hemiplegia after CVA or Stoke. The individuals moves their unaffected hand but they SEE both hands moving! This causes activity in the motor areas of the affected side of the brain.
Συγκινεί η αγάπη ενός 10χρονου για την άρρωστη αδελφή του [video] - http://www.kataskopoi.com/101123/%cf%83%cf%85%ce%b3%ce%ba%ce%b9%ce%bd%ce%b5%ce%af-%ce%b7-%ce%b1%ce%b3%ce%ac%cf%80%ce%b7-%ce%b5%ce%bd%cf%8c%cf%82-10%cf%87%cf%81%ce%bf%ce%bd%ce%bf%cf%85-%ce%b3%ce%b9%ce%b1-%cf%84%ce%b7%ce%bd-%ce%ac/
Free train travel for family of little boy at Great Ormond Street Hospital A little boy who had to travel to Great Ormond Street Hospital for a life-changing operation was given free train travel. http://just4children.org/news/free-train-travel-for-family-of-little-boy-at-great-ormond-street-hospital/
#Therapy #NHS Mum 'devastated' at fundraising setback This procedure, which is called selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) and not available on the NHS, would be life-changing for the toddler, who would be able to take his first steps after intensive physiotherapy. http://www.thewestonmercury.co.uk/news/mum_devastated_at_fundraising_setback_1_4589093
Comedian Ed Byrne helps Jacob Efforts to raise £65,000 to fund an operation for two-year-old Jacob Baird were given a boost thanks to the help of a well-known comedian. Stand-up comic Ed Byrne, who is known for appearing on shows like Mock The Week, appeared at Weston theatre The Playhouse this week. http://just4children.org/news/comedian-ed-byrne-helps-jacob/