JUSTIFICATION FOR THE FOUNDATION
Stroke is the leading cause of disability in adulthood and one of the most causes of disability in productive years. It is the major contributor to drastic decline in quality of life and productivity globally.
Another common causes of disabilities in adulthood is motor neuron diseases and movement disorders such as Parkinson disease, Gillian Barrel syndrome, multiple sclerosis, neuropathies among others. These always occur when an individual is at his/her prime and rendered them disabled. It does not impact negatively on their community participation; it renders them functionally impotent. The rehabilitation of these condition does not only take a long process, it is also financially demanding which often go beyond the capacity of either the patients or their immediate relatives. Read More