MULTIKIDS FOUNDATION LAUNCHES THE COMMUNITY CLINIC

The Community has grown out of the CP Action Day clinic in October 2016
The Community has grown out of the CP Action Day clinic in October 2016

We are pleased to announce that Multikids Foundation has launched the Community Clinic. It was in full swing on Wednesday the 1st of Feburary. It is going to be open every Wednesday from 8am -1pm . Our Schools Physiotherapist Juliet is volunteering her time and services to provide physio sessions for children with Cerebrel Palsy. Our first Patients have been children whos mothers are part of the Special Mothers Project. However, this service is open to everyone.

 

This service has been subsidised greatly and sessions cost 20 cedis each for group sessions (maximum of 3) and 50 cedis for one to one sessions.  Families needing more financial aid will be assessed on an individual basis. All funds donated back to Multikids Foundation.

 

Please share and spread the word to any families this service may be useful to. 

 

 

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ACTION:  Feeding the children at the Accra Psychiatric Hospital a hot nourishing meal daily. The Foundation is currently using funds raised for this feeding programme. We are also supplying diapers. If you are in Ghana, please give generously by writing a cheque to Multikids Foundation to support this ongoing initiative to help nourish the children. 

 

Multikids Foundation supports weekly music workshops at the Accra Psychiatric hospital

Music is a powerful tool to help children who are non-verbal to express themselves. Nii Noi Nortey (our music teacher) is passionate and dedicated to working with children with special needs. As part of our programme, he visits the Accra Psychiatric Hospital weekly with his colleague, Nii Otoo (drums and guitar) and plays for the children and Nurses. Sometimes, JC Abbey, Puppeteer, joins the team.

These workshops are funded  by Steven Feld's VoxLox

Community Clinic - Multikids Foundation has started a clinic for needy children with Cerebral Palsy. Together with the Special Mother's Project, we are offering group and individual therapy to families on a weekly basis. The clinic is at the school and is led by Juliet Magyan, Physiotherapist.



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