Updated news Mai 13th, 2018
Aleksandr (Sasha) and his nurse (Viktoria) were brought to the station by Viktoria Dobrzynska using her car. They traveled by overnight train to Kharkov, an 18-hour journey.
Aleksandr and his nurse will travel back to Kharkov this coming weekend, this time for surgery.
After this surgery, Alexander will be wearing a special splint for at least 12 months. The whole treatment will cost 750-800 €, which is a huge amount for NBH. more
Updated news May 17th, 2018
Sofia was successfully operated in facial surgery in Kiev and the wound has healed perfectly. You can not see cleft palate anymore. Her face is as if nothing had ever happened.
Heart operation is currently not required. Wait and see how Sofia develops in the comming month. more
Updated news 21.12.2017 regarding Training courses in Poland here!
Olga has a new request for funding, training courses in Poland for two NBH rehabilitologists. This rehabilitation program uses a method of “conductive education” (CE) developed by Hungarian András Pető. Pető was a Hungarian doctor, who has created a framework for an educational model, in which children with disabilities could have an education that met their particular physical and intellectual needs. CE has gained more and more acceptance in the education of children with motor disorders, for children who have cerebral palsy or brain injury. more
Updated news 19.12.2017 regarding winter medics for ZuBS here!
Nikolaiev Baby House, Kremenchuk Baby House and Zurupinsk Boarding School need support for their yearly anti-flu vaccine program. Last year both Baby Houses were able to find sponsors for their respective anti-flu vaccination and this year we would like to help NBH & KrBH to find sponsors again! The success story was posted here. more
In early 2016 we launched this project: a special rehabilitation department for mothers and their children with special needs.
We can now report, that this department is fully operational and first mothers with their baby have arrived and are being taken care of.
All this has been possible thanks to our sponsors. Many thanks to all!