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Cerebral Palsy Foundation students | Coastweek

Coastweek-- Seen [from left] are Cerebral Palsy Foundation students who showed most improvement. Marc, Shifaa, Mehrish, Ahmed and their parents. Admin Trustee Mrs. Farida Chakera and Mvita MP Hon. AbdulSwamad S. Nassir.
Cerebral Palsy Foundation Food Festival 2018 Success

Coastweek-- The Cerebral Palsy Foundation takes this opportunity to give a warm heartfelt appreciation to all the donors, friends, parents and staff who made it a successful event on 7th October 2018 Bamburi Botanical Garden at Forest Trails.

The Foundation was privileged to receive Mvita Member of Parliament, Hon. Abdulswamad S. Nassir, nominated MCA Hon. Ramla, Upcoming Member of Parliament Hon. Machelle, and CPFC Trustees. 

All sorts’ of cuisines were served, tantalizing delicacies that kept taste buds bulging with excitement.

The Centre observed the International Cerebral Palsy day in style, the children show casing the areas they have improved while their parents giving talk of their joy.

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and throughout the Cerebral Palsy Centre has seen so much success in different fields.



Special Olympics Champions | Coastweek

Coastweek-- Special Olympics Champions: Abdulrazak [left] represented Coast Region in first eleven football while Ankita [right] receives a medal from Nairobi Women rep Esther Passaris.

We are never left out in any extra curriculum activities, we participated in Kenya Institution Of Persons With Intellectual Disabilities Sports Association (KIPIDSA) in sub county level and County level both athletics and ball games.

We equally represented Coast Region in Special Olympics Games Nationals in Nairobi.

Abdulrazak played in the coast team Football, Handball while Ankita Patel the only girl from Coast region in swimming.

The Foundation also takes this opportunity to appreciate Pwani University in Kifili for giving Professor Richard Zigler time off at the University to come and work with the Cerebral Palsy Centre Staff which has brought about a big change to our students.

We have improved our job coaching system to enable all our young people to become productive and responsible citizens, who can take their place in the world with confidence and pride when employed.

The job coach has become pivotal role in the student’s transition into the world of work in Cerebral Palsy Centre.

Our students are being equipped with the skills, knowledge, attitudes and values to thrive in the modern world, while being confident and proud of their rich cultural heritage.



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