Sofia treatment course

Sofia has been visiting the Center for Social Adaptation for the third year. When she turned one year old, her mother brought her to our specialists – the girl did not stand on her feet due to a birth injury.
Specialists included the therapeutic pool, exercise therapy, massage and classes on the therapeutic simulator in Sofia’s treatment course, which aims to restore walking skills in children with motor disabilities. Regular classes yielded results.
Now the baby is four years old, she is already taking independent steps, it remains only to learn how to keep her balance.

The Republican Center for Social Adaptation of Children (RCSAD) was founded by Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva in 2004 to assist children with disabilities in the field of diagnosis, orthopedic and neurological treatment.
Supervised by the You Are Not Alone Foundation, the RCSD helps children with diagnoses such as Down syndrome, autism, as well as motor disabilities. Highly qualified specialists work with children, developing an individual development program for each child.