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Dd weelchairs project 2010.

  2. 2. THE GOAL OF THE PROJECT  – to provide patient- specific, good quality and safe wheelchairs for disabled children from Orphanages. new old
  3. 3. TASKS  Determine which children need wheelchairs to improve their quality of life.  Identify children who have a priority need for the wheelchairs.  Collecting information about the needs of the children and the specifications and parameters required for the wheelchairs for each child.  Determine where the wheelchairs can be purchased that meet the requirements for each child.  Organize the purchase of the wheelchairs, delivery to the orphanage along with the accompanying documentation.  Transfer the donation of the wheelchairs to the Orphanage according to the Donation Agreement.  Discuss with administration of the Orphanage the need for volunteers to work with the children in their wheelchairs and the need for outdoor activities for these children.  Establish and document the protocol for the volunteers working with the children in their new wheelchairs. Submit protocol for approval to the administration of the orphanage.  Document the results of the Wheelchair Project along with photographs.  Report the Financial results of the project.
  4. 4. SCHEDUL FOR THE PROJECT REALIZATION:  Identification of children – December 2009/January 2010  Buying of wheelchairs – Begin Spring 2010  Transfer wheelchairs to Orphanage – Begin Spring 2010
  5. 5. RESULTS:  We provide  Children with new wheelchairs for wheelchairs and other children from the children take part in Orphanage # 8 who is the outings. living now in PNE 11, E’latma & Ryzan.  The Volunteer  Each new wheelchairs protocol is finalized adapted to fit the with the orphanage needs to individual administration. specifications of each child.
  6. 6. ELATMA 17 years old Kursin Andrey  Andrey is now 17 and there was a time when he could walk. However, later he stopped waking and due to strong spastics in hips area he tend to lie in the position of an embryo.  Diema’s Dream organized Andrey’s examination by a leading orthopedist, ordered special equipment and paid for massages and special treatment sessions for the child.  Now Andrey can sit in a wheelchair without support and even stand up when supported. However he is far from being able to walk. Taking into account that he is quite big and heavy for orphanage personnel to carry him anywhere, he really needs a wheelchair to have any chance of communicating outside the walls of his bedroom.
  7. 7. ELATMA Korovichute Lena  Lena has a whole package of physical disabilities – her feet are strongly deformed, she has strong spastics in her hands (she keeps them bended) and, what’s worst of all, her spine and therefore whole back is deformed.  After consultation with a leading doctor, purchase of a firm corset and devices to support her legs, she learned to stand up and, when supported, is learning to take a few steps.  Notwithstanding this progress, Lena is not able to go for a walk without a wheelchair.
  8. 8. SHAKIROV ROMAN Mental deficiency at the 19 years old level of imbecility. ICP.  Since Roma saw our gifts – the new wheelchairs, he started asking us – «What are these – new wheelchairs? Who are these for? This is my wheelchair, isn’t it?».  We answered it was a regard from Mary and a present from very kind people from a distant land.  Roma remembered Mary right away and sent her the video-message.  Being quite a speaker Roma understands the speech very well, and he could probably tell us much interesting about his uneasy life. But the most important thing is that he could teach us positive reaction to anything happening in this world.  Roma is fond of listening to music and dancing with his hands. He is sociable and amicable. Extensively taking part in different actions (holidays etc.) he needs new wheelchairs to enlarge possibilities.
  9. 9. MESHCHERYAKOV EVGENIY ICP. Mental deficiency at 25 years old the level of idiocy.  Jenya eats by himself, gets dressed with personnel’s assistance.  He is very tidy. Spending more time in the wheelchair than other kids which makes it is so important in his life.  Incapable to move by himself, but aims at communication very much.  He is fond of making beads of macaroni and painting them in different colors, especially when friend is around.Jenya likes to teach other people this skill.  Behaves friendly toward the people around.
  10. 10. MASLOV ANDREY Severe mental deficiency. 21 years old ICP.  Andrey needs much care of the people around.  He often makes attempts to explain his needs to personnel.  Moves in a wheelchair with outside help so well-built and comfortable carrier is very important.
  11. 11. MALKIN IVAN Severe mental deficiency. 24 years old ICP: pyramidal paraparesis.  Vanya is a unique person. In spite of his diagnosis he shows astonishing mental abilities.  He easily understands simple things, the speech referred to him. Realizes what he may or may not do.  Despite the difficulties with hands coordination he can unscrew the bulb in the lamp or replace the vases in the room while no one can see.  Curiosity and sharpness are the features of his character.  He likes to construct a toy-pyramid as a child and prefers to make his own decisions as an adult.  The better you know Vanya, the more you want people to love him and share his vivid interest to the world.  Vanya can partially help himself. He can eat by himself but needs personnel’s assistance to get dressed.  Though Vanya needs outside help to move around Orphanage, we watch him being more self-dependent with his new wheelchair.  He was very glad to get the present!
  12. 12. MALYSHEV ALEXANDER Severe mental deficiency. ICP, 20 years old spastic diplegia.  Sacha is always in a good mood and has a sunny smile.  Sasha realizes that he has a personality though he is quite a child in his soul.  He was happy both to see us come and to get his new wheelchair.  Sasha understands the speech and able to speak with short phrases. Can be transported in a wheelchair.
  13. 13. BARANTSEV ALEXANDER ICP. Moderate mental 21 years old deficiency with behavior derangements.  Can understand elementary referred speech  Can be carried in a wheelchair with outside help. Needs this help, service, communication and widening the bounds of his world.  The new wheelchair lets him be more independent.
  14. 14. TELESHEV EVGENIY Severe mental deficiency. 22 years old ICP, spastic diplegia.  Jenya likes to draw with someone and listen to the music.  Moves sitting in his wheelchair and being helped by personnel.  He needs care and attention of the people around.
  15. 15. RERIN MIKHAIL CNS organic injury. ICP, 22 years old spastic diplegia.  Misha understands referred speech,own speech is performed as distinguished words and phrases. Helpless, needs permanent support.
  17. 17. DIEMA’S DREAM FOUNDATION  Diemas Dream - A Foundation for Disabled Russian Children  Registered 16th, March 2006  http://ddfund.ru/  Post address:16 Borisovskie Prudy, build. 4 115211 Moscow, Russia  Tel.: 8 (495) 340 01 00 Contacts  Project Manager – Elena Volodina: elena@ddfund.ru