The Lifestart Foundation Free Disability Community Center (2008-2016) provided those living with disabilities, health services including physiotherapy, acupuncture, occupational therapy and remedial massage.
What We’ve Accomplished
- The Lifestart Foundation Free Disability Community Center (2008-2016) provided those living with disabilities health services including physiotherapy, acupuncture, occupational therapy and remedial massage.
- Provided three-wheeled motorbikes for many members of the disabled community in the Quang Nam province. Mobility provides them with independence and increases their empowerment for further opportunities.
- Provided glasses and eye surgery for those with vision impairment.
- Assisted many people with disabilities to set up sustainable small businesses.
- Provided medical care by funding prosthetic limbs, orthopedic aids, palliative care and medical insurance.
- Funded medical treatment for a variety of medical conditions including tuberculosis, agent orange related issues and kidney and liver disease.
- Funded major surgeries including neurosurgery and pediatric orthopedic surgery.
Meet Hai, the very proud and grateful owner of a new wheelchair generously donated by a kind and generous Lifestart Foundation supporter. Hai lives at the homeless shelter where Lifestart Foundation has provided daily treatment and care to many residents. This new wheelchair will provide Hai with mobility as he cannot walk.
Hang’s New Leg
Introducing the beautiful and vivacious Hang – An Agent Orange Survivor. This is Part 1 of Hang’s inspirational story. Hằng comes from a family of six, including her grandfather, dad, mum and two younger brothers. Both of her parents are farmers and her youngest brother has an intellectual disability and is unable to attend school.
Meet Dao. She started out a healthy child, but when she was 2 years of old she suffered a number of episodes resulting in deterioration in movement, reflex and communication. Her mother provides full-time care and her father, a chef earns just $100 per month. With such a small budget the family has been unable