The Arzamas orphanage has got a sanitary room. For wards with SMDD, who in the near future will definitely remain within the walls of the institution, because, unfortunately, children with SMDD are not often adopted from us (but we are working on it), specialized equipment was purchased for a total of 654,884.00 thousand rubles. We do not post what the bathroom looks like, where children took water procedures before. Soviet-era building. Swimming was uncomfortable and the water quickly cooled in a large room. The equipment is designed to provide special conditions for a barrier-free environment that takes into account the needs of immobile and low mobility disabled children for safe and comfortable conditions when performing daily hygiene procedures. An electric lift with scales will help move children with SMDD without fear of the slightest injury. The lift passes through standard bathroom openings, which makes it possible to use it in rooms of various types. This equipment is equipped with a wired remote control that allows you to easily control the operation of the device. Chair-chaise longue and armchair with hydraulic system – take a comfortable, functional posture. Special folding bathtubs are lightweight and fold in three movements, they can be transferred to any room for the necessary procedures. The color of the drain plugs changes depending on the water temperature. The water does not cool down for a long time, which allows children to stay in the bath longer and relax. Now orphans with SMDD will also have a favorite pastime for bathing. Children deserve love and care. And the staff – decent working conditions. Because it is difficult for one nurse to lift immobilized children on herself. This equipment will serve hundreds of wards of a children’s for many years.
A lot of things, for example, to radically improve the quality of life, can only be done with charitable funds. Please stay with us. This equipment was purchased with the support of the WFCF. TThe World Forgotten Children’s Foundation (WFCF) is a private non-profit effort, founded for the sole purpose of supporting projects in less developed countries that promote the health and welfare needs of suffering children, who are disabled and orphaned. We have repeatedly purchased equipment for our wards and look forward to further cooperation.