There are lots of challenges for the NPH Haiti team just to get through everyday activities, but there’s still time for fun.
Recently the residents set to work creating decorative picture frames.
Watch our short video to see how having a disability doesn’t stop people from producing amazing handicrafts.
This is the daily activity for the older residents at Kay Christine, and everyone there has become alert to opportunities to recycle materials into gifts, including for all the staff at Christmas. But the main idea is to be creative.
Everyone is involved. The video shows mainly our more able residents, but they also include the people in wheelchairs.
“The residents have learnt a lot of skills and they really love it. There’s a great atmosphere.”Gena Heraty, Director Special Needs
The residents may be able to do a monthly sale in due course to raise some funds.
Older ones, daily activity, recycling for gifts, once a month sale, creative, they have learnt a lot of skills and they really love it.” A great atmosphere. Always finding new ideas and new ways. Everyone is saving recyclables.