What We Do
We provide physical, speech, and occupational therapy services for children with disabilities to help them achieve functionality and autonomy.
Currently, we have an agreement with the Social Responsibility Department of the UNMSM to provide free and subsidized services to families of children with disabilities.
What We Do
Basic physical therapy serves children with varying disabilities.
We provide the following services:
We provide occupational therapy services for children with disabilities to improve their motor skills, balance, and coordination. This makes it easier for them to carry out their basic tasks and improve their self-esteem.
We provide personalized attention to boys and girls with language disorders (dyslalia, dyscalculia, stuttering or dysphemia, dyslexia, and others).
We work under the Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, promoting the social model (rights model) and inclusive education.
We hold workshops for parents to help them believe in their child’s potential, learn their rights, and be equipped to access opportunities for their children.
Accompaniment in Educational Inclusion
We accompany families so that they can enroll their children in school and/or achieve real inclusion for their children in local schools.
Workshops for Families
Families receive free workshops on self-care, rights, opportunities, and how to support their children’s developmental process.
Workshops in teachers in Inclusive Education
We hold workshops on inclusive education for regular elementary teachers in local schools to improve the educational experience of boys and girls with disabilities.