A pair of crutches changes everything

 

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The Impact of Crutches on a Child’s Life

 

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Education

An estimated 98% of children with disabilities in developing countries do not attend school. Crutches help children access school giving them the opportunity to learn and become productive members of their communities.

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Play

Every child should have the opportunity to run around and play with friends. Crutches help kids feel more included in fun activities.

 

 

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Access to food and water

A pair of crutches can help a child collect water more easily, as well as gather and prepare food independently.

 

 

 
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Participation in family and communal life

Sadly, children with disabilities are often excluded or stigmatized. Crutches restore self-confidence and allow kids to participate in communal activities.

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Enhanced sense of dignity and self-worth

Crutches improve a child’s self-image, self-esteem, independence, and sense of self-worth.

 

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Access to sufficient healthcare

Crutches allow children to get the rehabilitation, important examinations, and vaccinations they need, which can lead to lower healthcare costs and vulnerabilities throughout their development.

 

 

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