History

History

Cerebral Palsy Society of Kenya (CPSK) is a charitable Organisation working towards the improvement of the welfare of children/persons afflicted by Cerebral Palsy (C.P) in the Country.  The Society was formed in 1994 by parents/guardians of children afflicted by Cerebral Palsy and has remained steadfast in its endeavour to enable as many children as possible live more fulfilling lives

Being a charitable Organization, CPSK relies wholly on support from well-wishers and other people of goodwill for its upkeep. Today, the Society caters for over 500 children/persons who benefit directly from therapy and rehabilitation services.

VISION

To ensure that persons afflicted by cerebral palsy in Kenya are rehabilitated to enable them realize their full potential.

MISSION

To offer the best support services through the  provision of therapy, promotion of awareness and advocacy of appropriate measures to improve the welfare of persons afflicted by cerebral palsy in Kenya.

OBJECTIVES

CPSK is committed to championing for the rights of the afflicted through:

 

  • Creation and enhancement of awareness among parents and the general public about Cerebral Palsy
  • Provision of therapy as well as medical, educational and counselling services for individuals disabled by C.P to enable them realize their full potential
  • Promotion of legislative policy and other measures to improve the welfare of C.P sufferers in Kenya