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By Jolene Allen, Jul 1 2019 05:31PM

We are delighted that our new training groups for parents of children with disability have become so popular we now have got six sepaarte groups running concurrently. The Hambisela course was develped by the London School of Health & Tropical Medicine, which adapted for the African Setting by Eastern Cape centre, SA, which we have further fine tuned for Kenya. We cover topics including what is disability, causes of disability, stigma, understading disability from a biblical framework, prevention, prognosis, the importance of positioining, play, speech development, communication, feeding and management of pain.

Feel free to enroll today, the training is free of charge and each attendee recieves a special gift at each session, certifictes given to all who complete the 8 module course.

By Jolene Allen, Apr 1 2019 09:00AM

It was a pleasure for the Sanctuary to be represented over the last couple of days with the Bethany Kids rehab group at Salvation Army Joytown Seating Symposium ♥ therapists from various parts of Kenya all together to tackle complex seating solutions. All Glory to the Lord.

By Jolene Allen, Mar 2 2018 07:00AM

We've really enjoyed hosting our first week long course in assessment design and fabrication of APT Cardboard Equipment for Persons with Disability. We are training OTs Physios and some parents of children with disability from 'SEP Special Education Profrssipnals' Nairobi , AMREF Africa and the Action Foundation Kenya, Nairobi. Great progress being made! It's great to network!

By Jolene Allen, Jan 31 2016 09:01PM

We had a terrific two days of training this week in 'Physical Therapy approaches for Children with Cerebral Palsy' @ the Sanctuary. We had a mix of 17 OT, Physio, & orthopedic technology staff from central province, including chairman for Kenyan OT Association. Well done Hannah Donegani such a great opportunity to learn and share! Excited at implementing some really useful techniques and approaches to our little ones.

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