Why do we do our work? Look at the faces of these kids, you'll understand. We want to share with you some stories of our little heroes.
Daniil is almost 3 years old. He's a big and independent boy. He eats without help, plays toys, draws cars, knows the letters. The only problem – he can't walk. The boy falls after a couple of steps. Daniil has cerebral palsy. Now the boy walks only with support. When stepping on any stone or in a hole, he loses his balance.
The kid can’t go to the preschool because the teachers are afraid to take responsibility "for constantly falling down" boy. "Danya’s whole head is in lumps and bruises, he often loses his balance and can hit his head or back on the corner, jamb or toy," says his mother Anastasia.
In order to reduce the spasticity in his legs, the boy studies at home daily: 30 minutes of therapeutic exercise and 20 minutes on the treadmill and steps. But the hardest part for the baby is to do the abdominals and strengthen the back.
Dan loves to dance and flirt with the girls. He is sociable, cheerful and very resistant. The baby undergoes regular rehabilitation courses and the experts in one voice say: "the boy is promising and needs rehabilitation of at least two or three times a year. And then he can walk." The average cost of rehabilitation for a patient with cerebral palsy amounts to 75 500 rubles. Annually the child requires 3-4 courses, depending on the condition.