A dream comes true

There was great excitement and jubilation at the official opening of our new Therapy Centre on 21 March 2012.

“The children at our two day-care centres in Pinetown are severely disabled and therapy for the low-functioning cerebral palsied person is as important as the air they breathe,” says Paula van Eeden, Centres Manager.

She thanked all parents as well as volunteer, Pat Moriarty, who stepped up as Project Manager and became an instrumental factor in our dream becoming a reality.

Pat raised funds, called on contractors, advised and helped whenever he was needed. As challenges came our way, he rallied troops of donors and volunteers.

With the commitment of generous donors, a dream came true for our organisation with the opening of the specially equipped Therapy Centre.

Guest speaker, Julia de Vries, who is herself cerebral palsied, congratulated the Assocaition and said, “If it was not for the different therapies I received from the age of 9 months old, I would be unable to live my life as an independent adult as I do now.”

[ Posted 23 May 2012 ]

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