Frame for Batyrbek

Frame for Batyrbek A month ago Indira, an inhabitant of Kyzylorda, turned to the Saby foundation with a request for assistance in acquiring of rehabilitation equipment for her two-year old son with the diagnosis of infantile cerebral palsy. With a hope to put a small Batyrbek on his legs she had to travel around the whole country to get the required treatment. But all the efforts of doctors may turn useless without special rehabilitation facilities.

Understanding how difficult it is for the woman to cope with the disease, and how hard it is for her to look at her son who is suffering from pain, the management of the Saby foundation has decided to support the family and render the required assistance. With charitable contributions received by means of QIWI payment terminals we were able to collect the required amount for a good thing. An inclinable standing frame “KAMKOR” developed on the basis of Swiss equipment and a special deck chair for children with the diagnosis of infantile cerebral palsy were delivered to Kyzylorda some days ago.

We hope that the acquired equipment will make the life of the child and his relatives easier, and a smile will appear on their faces much more often.

11.01.2017
28.06.2019
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