The AMH Group opens a rehabilitation, “awakening” and education centre for children with cerebral palsy.
Children with cerebral palsy face multiple obstacles in their socio-economic inclusion:
- There is an absence of medical care centres and schools for such children.
- A difficult access to care (means of transport, family attendance).
- Significant care costs.
- Long-term care requires full-time attendance from parents.
The project is the opening of a rehabilitation centre within the Tahar Sebti institution with kinesiotherapy, speech-Language pathology and a psychomotricity room. It allows children with disabilities to have a social follow-up during their schooling and studies.
In the context of this project, Children with cerebral palsy benefit from a high quality medical care, stimulation and awakening activities, as well as educational support.