T4H continues to support disabled children
Updated: Jun 14, 2022
T4H help young disabled people who have a physical or cognitive difference, they help to improve physical and mental health with therapy through 1-2-1 and group sessions.
Those who often live isolated lives and are suffering from long-term or chronic physical or mental health difficulties are helped through sessions that include relaxation, managing anxiety, pain management and therapeutic techniques. And, with help from partnerships with food projects, T4H have been able to support those who have become further isolated by COVID 19.
Because of the COVID Lockdown, T4H haven’t been able to see their regular beneficiaries or accept any new ones, but with help from Little Lives UK, twenty-four 1-2-1 therapy sessions for young disabled people could take place at T4H’s inviting centre in Lewisham. The non-exclusive therapy sessions within the project include massage, stretching, pain management and anxiety management with the goal of reducing stress, physical pain, anxiety and giving the beneficiary the relief from isolation that they may have been feeling throughout the pandemic. T4H offer a safe and non-exploitive touch for the beneficiaries through their therapy sessions that can help to alleviate the stresses and feeling of isolation that has occurred during the lockdown period.
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