MGM's

INSTITUTE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY

affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik


On the eve of World Cerebral Palsy day we, from the department of physiotherapy, MGM Institute of Health sciences, Aurangabad celebrated awareness programme about Cerebral Palsy On 7.10.2017. On this occasion we have called guest speakers, Dr.Anjali, Klae,HOD, Department Of Pediatrics , , MGM Institute of Health sciences, Aurangabad and Dr.Madhrui Ingde,Associate Professor, Department Of Pediatrics , MGM Institute of Health sciences, Aurangabad, who have delivered lectures on the feeding difficulty and the significance of Physiotherapy treatment in rehabilitation Of Children With Cerebral Palsy . In the occasion all the Patients with CP Coming to MGM Physiotherapy OPD with their parents and caregivers were present, where later on hospital public joined us to know more about Cerebral Palsy and its causes. Dr. Tanochni Mohanty(P.T), Assistant Professor, MGM College Of physiotherapy gave a motivational speech to the parents and caregivers that the children with Cerebral Palsy are no longer social stigma and how physiotherapy is helping to make the children with CP functionally independent and improving their quality of life. All the parents and caregivers shared their thoughts and experiences how they have benefitted from physiotherapy treatment. All the children with CP were distributed gifts and toys from the auspicious hand of the Principal, MGM College Of Physiotherapy,Dr.Sarath Babu, Dr.Anjali, Klae,HOD Department Of Pediatrics , , MGM Institute of Health sciences, Aurangabad , Mrs Prerna Dalvi, Admin Officer, MGM College Of Physiotherapy and the staff of MGM college of physiotherapy. This programme would not be possible without the support of the Principal and the staff of MGM College Of Physiotherapy and a special thanks to Dr.Anjali Kale and Dr.Madhuri Ingde ,that apart from their busy schedule, they took their valuable time and support for our team. Last but not the least thanks to all parents and caregivers whose support helped us for the success of the Awareness Programme.