Hope for Children With Cerebral Palsy
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03 December 2010
Every three in 1000 children in the world suffer from cerebral palsy. It is caused due to damage in the brain which results in spasticity, floppiness or athetiod (mixed) muscles, thereby impacting their movement, digestion and communication. There are also associated issues such as mental retardation, sensory issues, eye sight issues, hearing problems and most commonly, epilepsy.
It is a non–progressive condition children have to live with. Every stage of life presents a new challenge for a child with cerebral palsy. Extensive medical and therapeutic interventions help children cope to a certain extent.
Aashwasan spiritual science has brought unprecedented breakthroughs in the area of cerebral palsy. Children have shown dramatic improvement in their physiological and psychological development. Epilepsy, muscular issues (muscle tone, coordination, digestion, oromotor issues) and cognitive issues have been addressed through completely non–intrusive methods with permanent results.
Children have shown neck and trunk control. They are able to sit, walk and find their balance. Their seizures have reduced greatly, arresting the retardation of their development. Their communication has shown remarkable improvement. Many of them are now attending integrated school.
Aashwasan is conducting an awareness programme to share the unique diagnosis and treatment methods behind these remarkable results. The programme will be held at Nalanda Center, Times of India office, M G Road between 4pm–6pm on December 4 2010. To register, call Gurpreet/ Maithili 9731301017/ 9731301016. Registration Charges: Rs 100