In its Center for adults, the Bobath Foundation helps young people with cerebral palsy to acquire mobility and autonomy. The Personalized Employment Program, developed by the Bobath Foundation, aims to promote the professional integration of young people from the Center, so that they can be independent and live as normally as possible.
The new van will allow 6 young people with cerebral palsy to be able to put into practice, in a professional context, the lessons learned during their training program.
The Bobath Foundation has worked for 37 years to improve the quality of life of children and young people with cerebral palsy. It does this through its centers: Early Care Center, College of Special Education and Adult Center. From each of the centers, the Foundation offers individualized care centered on the Bobath concept, an approach from which the person is valued, evaluated and treated by an interdisciplinary team who works with a common objective: to improve the quality of life of those affected cerebral palsy.
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