Cardboard Supportive furniture
When Deana visited Monze in 2012 as a health professional she was invited to visit children with disabilities in their homes. She realised that some children who suffered from cerebral palsey were spending their day laying on the floor of their homes so missing out on essential social stimulation, having problems being fed, developing pressure sores and painful joint contractures.
Back in Wales Deana had the opportunity to train in making suppportive chairs and standing frames for children with disabilities so they could be taken outside and supported in a healthier position.
The training was taught by a Cerebral Palsey Africa trainer:-