Cerebral Palsy Society Of Kenya

build a world where all children and persons with cerebral palsy are safe, strong & valued

WHAT WE DO

01.

— We create awareness

We aim to put an end to ignorance and create a stigma free community, by ensuring the understanding of CP. We hope to create cultural change so that everyone in the society embraces people with CP, and that every child/person living with CP is accepted in the society.

02.

— We provide care

CP is non-generative condition, however, without early intervention, the situation deteriorates. The children/persons form contractures or secondary deformities. Rehabilitation therefore is offered to children/persons regularly. The CPSK clinic offers occupational therapy at the clinic for children under the age of 6. It also has health riders who provide therapy for the older children and adults living with CP.

03.

— We educate

CPSK Special School offers Special Needs Education, Music Therapy and Vocational Training to children/persons living with Cerebral Palsy. The school currently has an admission of 45 learners.

04.

— We advocate

We are working to ensure that government officials at the local, regional and national level move beyond passing proclamations, and take concrete action to guarantee that our basic rights, our full citizenship and our individual opportunities are real and cannot be taken away.

05.

— We strengthen

CPSK is able to offer useful advice, support and training to parents/guardians/caregivers, the community and others who help it. By giving a holistic approach from the individual, family and community CPSK aims to ensure that everyone thrives and finds enjoyment and fulfilment in life.

06.

— We empower

We are working to ensure that government officials at the local, regional and national level move beyond passing proclamations, and take concrete action to guarantee that our basic rights, our full citizenship and our individual opportunities are real and cannot be taken away.

PARTNER WITH US

Partnering to build a world where all children and persons with cerebral palsy are safe, strong & valued

Since inception 25 years ago CPSK has been a leader in the campaign to create awareness and advocate for the rights of persons afflicted by cerebral palsy in Kenya. We are proud to report that through these efforts – which continue to enjoy overwhelming support from both individuals and corporate organizations.

To us every child counts and with your partnership we are able to support over 500 children/persons; access rehabilitation, special needs education, livelihoods and economic empowerment and psycho-social well-being.

IMPACT STORIES

Exploring Opportunities

This year marks 25 years (Silver Jubilee) of dedicated service to children/persons living with Cerebral Palsy. Having been formed in 1994 by 10 parents – CPSK has managed to help over 100 children achieve essential milestones and see them discharged from the program.

A bright future

25 year Brian Simiyu despite having severe Cerebral Palsy is an undergraduate student at United States International University – Africa. He condition was caused by prolonged labour which gave him breathing difficulties.

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