More splinting stories from CoRSU hospital

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More splinting stories from CoRSU hospital

27th November, 2016

These cases have been compiled by Rhonah Asinguza, one of the Occupational therapists at CoRSU hospital.  The white splinting material seen in the photos has been provided by Interface.

This 13 year old girl was diagnosed with impairment of her brain. While at school she became ill and developed quadriplegia and lost all learned abilities. She was referred to OT (Occupational Therapy) for splints for both hands.  C-shaped splints were issued for night use and she was trained in simple activities of [...]

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Christmas shopping online?

27th November, 2016

It’s that time of the year when some of us start thinking about doing online Christmas shopping!

If you do shop online, you can help us – there is a brilliant fundraising site called easyfundraising.  They have enlisted hundreds of shops, and online shopping sites (eg, amazon and E-bay) to give a percentage of money to charity.  No extra cost to the consumer!  So Interface Uganda are registered, and the more people that use the site, the better.  Over the years, [...]

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Apples 2015

Apple donations total £51.45!

1st November, 2016

Thank you to all the kind and generous people in Pinhoe who have put money in the donation box when they took some apples. Hope you have all enjoyed your apple pies and crumbles! The grand total was £51.45!!!

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More equipment for therapy departments at CoRSU and Kagando

1st November, 2016

Loads more used, but still usable equipment collected from the physiotherapy department at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. Also new splinting material for the therapists – some bought by Interface Uganda, but also some kindly donated by Karen at Allard. Plus some sports tape donated from a retired private physio. If bought new, the equipment would cost over £4,000! It cost approx £350 to send out. The equipment has been packed up, and has now arrived in Uganda. Thank you [...]

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