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The project helps expand the work of Neurokinex into the field of paediatrics. Some children are already treated, but money would help decorate a dedicated area as well as provide equipment that is designed for children, ie walking and standing frames of the correct height.

Our goals:

  • To expand the treatment available for children, some are already seen, from age of two upwards
  • To encourage normal development and range of movement as well as general well being for children who have spinal, brain injuries, traumatic as well as non traumatic and for children who suffer from cerebral palsy.
  • To help whole families, enable children to be treated locally so that their education can continue, with the least possible disruption.
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How we will achieve our goals

The money would help decorate a dedicated space as well as provide more suitable equipment.

Where the money will go

Hopefully the better integration of children and families who have a disability. Hopefully to reduce feelings of isolation in those families.To encourage health independence and well being.

Latest updates

31 August 2017
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The W Sussex site of Neurokinex

27 August 2017

This site has a space that has already been decorated for the treatment of children. More fundraisin…

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  1. Posted on August 31, 2017

    I have seen Neurokinex working first hand and they are changing lives and giving new hope to those living with disability. From toddlers to teenagers to adults – all have new hope with Neurokinex. Having met its clients and seen the impact its work can have on their lives I have voted with all my heart. I hope many others do. Thank you for the opportunity.

  2. Posted on August 31, 2017

    Wonderful work being done.

  3. Posted on August 31, 2017

    A very worth while cause – I hope it wins !

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