Pamper Drive

Cerebral palsy affects muscle control and coordination, so even simple movements — like standing still — are difficult. Other vital functions that also involve motor skills and muscles — such as breathing, eating, and learning may also be affected when a child has Cerebral Palsy. Bladder and bowel control may also be impaired and therefore the Trust decided to supply pampers and briefs to 15 children on a monthly basis to ease the financial burden on those families. This was the start of the Pamper Drive which today provide briefs and pampers to 70 kids and represents one of the largest annual expenses for the Trust.

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