Relief India Trust’s success story of treating five-year old disabled girl


Noida, June 8: Relief India Trust (RIT), a NGO providing support to children belonging to lower income strata, has successfully treated a five-year old girl, who had severe injuries to her head and paralysis of the entire left part of her body after an accident.

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Baby Laavi, who belongs to a family of lower income strata, had met with a serious accident when she fell down from stairs at the age of two. She incurred severe injuries to her head and paralysis of the entire left part of her body. Although, her right side was working properly, she was unable to walk or talk or hold things using her left arm. In addition, she was also having problems related to speech.

At the rehabilitation centre by RIT, their panel of doctors successfully handled baby Laavi’s paralysis case and with their rigorous treatment, she is now on the path to remarkable recovery. She has started showing signs of significant improvement and is now able to hold things on her own using her left arm. She is able to walk on her own as well with some support and is also showing good signs with regard to her speech problems.

Relief India Trust operates a rehabilitation center for the deprived group of disabled children of the society to facilitate medical, therapeutic, psychological and educational services. (ANI-Businesswire)

Source- yahoo

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2 comments on “Relief India Trust’s success story of treating five-year old disabled girl

  1. Saving someone’s life is the greatest social work in this world. Whosoever is doing such a humanity work, is really a great soul. So, cheers to all those who are working hard for saving other’s life..

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  2. NGOs who are working for the welfare of poor or under privileged people are doing a great job. RIT is one of them, who is contributing to humanity by saving someone’s life.

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