Moms with youngsters with Cerebral Palsy
Ghana will join whatever remains of the world to observe World Cerebral Palsy day on the sixth of October this year.
The current year’s festival is being facilitated by a gathering of nongovernmental associations who have met up to frame the Cerebral Palsy arrange, a system that will champion cerebral paralysis issues in Ghana.
An announcement marked by Mrs Hanna Awadzi, Initiator of the Special Mothers Project duplicated to the GNA said in Accra.
The associations included are the Special Mothers Project, a promotion and mindfulness creation program on cerebral Palsy, SWEB Foundation, a NGO working with people with handicaps, Sharecare Ghana, a relationship for individuals with immune system maladies, Multikids Foundation, a NGO championing consideration, CP Awareness Ghana,
The Presbyterian Health Services – Inclusive Child Development program and a few people focused on the reason for people with handicaps in Ghana.
World Cerebral Palsy Day is a development of individuals with cerebral paralysis (CP) and their families, and the associations that help them, in more than 60 nations.
Its vision is to guarantee that youngsters and grown-ups with CP have similar rights, access and open doors as any other person in our general public.
Robyn Cummins World CP Day Manager clarifies: “Cerebral paralysis is the most widely recognized physical incapacity in adolescence and is likewise one of the minimum caught on.
There are more than 17 million individuals living with CP and 350 million family, companions and supporters who think about them.”
World Cerebral Palsy Day is praised on the sixth of October consistently.
In Ghana the day will be recognized with an open discussion to discuss cerebral paralysis and the requirement for approaches that improve the lives of people living with cerebral paralysis.
The festival is on the topic: “We Move together: Inclusion Now”
Government authorities, individuals from parliament, arrangement creators and different dignitaries will be available to have firsthand data and connection with youngsters and grown-ups living with cerebral paralysis.
A persuasive book titled “The Unexpected “that annals a mother’s excursion of a youngster with cerebral paralysis and how she has transcended that to rouse others will likewise be propelled.
Prior in the day, flyers with data on cerebral paralysis will be disseminated to suburbanites utilizing the primary Okponglo street in Accra.
Ms. Jedidiah Abanga, Coordinator of the Inclusive Child Development Program of the Presbyterian Health Services said the CP Network in Ghana has assigned October as the Cerebral Palsy mindfulness month and encouraged individuals from the system to share related data via web-based networking media consistently