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Established in 1969, the KwaZulu-Natal Cerebral Palsy Association is a registered welfare organisation which strives to enhance the welfare and functional independence of people with Cerebral Palsy.

 

 


It's all about the kids' smiles

Meet Luyanda, one of the newest additions to our Children with a Challenge Centre in Mariannhill. When he was born, a month overdue, Luyanda suffered a major seizure which left him Cerebral Palsied.

Although he can walk, Luyanda cannot talk and has to communicate with gestures and sounds. His left hand is very spastic which means he cannot use it properly. He needs constant care, stimulation and therapy to make the most of life. And this is where your donation would be so greatly appreciated!Donate

Physio is the best part of the day for Luyanda. He loves rolling around on his physio ball and kicking it like a true soccer star.

But physiotherapy – and other treatments designed to help children like this make the most of life – are expensive ... especially for families who can't afford medical aid.

Your generous contribution made online now – will help more children like Luyanda enjoy the benefits of special therapy, geared to helping them reach their full potential.

If you have a heart that can be touched by the plight of children with disabilities, please make your donation now.

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