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Understanding Cerebral Palsy (CP)

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When your child is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy the doctor is really only telling you that he or she has had some area of the brain that has not developed properly...

Does my child have CP

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It is usual that a mother, even a first time mum, is the first to realise things are not quite right as their baby starts to have purposeful movements ....

Free provision of aids

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We use standing frames for children who need help to stand firmly on two feet.

Living with children

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If you are given a diagnosis for your child that he will not be the same as other children, it is very upsetting. You may never have heard of either Cerebral Palsy or Spina Bifida ....

Spina Bifida

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This term literally means “split spine”. The spine is made up of separate bones called vertebrae, which normally cover and protect the spinal cord ....

Continuing training for parents

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When new health or education projects are considered the first thought is often the desire to provide a ‘Centre of Excellence’.

How Can We Help?

Help for our cause

We want to be an example for government and private organisations. It is important for us to create awareness of CP so that affected families and medical professionals realise that there is a lot that can be done to alleviate their problems. Each small step improvement is a giant step for the families looking after their child.

We hope that no parent needs to hear “He has CP, there is nothing that can be done, take him home and care for him”.


News & Update

October 2014
Gift distribution Ceremony

PIPOS students and IPSO and party for children, hosted by AKi ICRC (International Committee of the Red Cross)

April - 2014
Mr. Salim Saifullah Khan visited

Mr Salim Saifullah Khan visited in his official capacity as a Senator. Mr Humayun Saifullah Khan MNA (retired) accompanied him.

16th April - 2014
Open Day at AKI.

Chief Guest: KP Health Minister Mr Shahram Khan Tarakai. Mr and Mrs Humayun Saifullah Khan

Our Aim

Founded in the year 2005, motivated by the plight of disabled children , AKI aims to improve the lives of children and their families who have lifelong disabilities due to Cerebral Palsy and Spina Bifida, irrespective of their wealth, class or creed. We do our best to do this in a respectful, consistent and friendly manner with all the participants in the activity – the child, carers and the AKi therapy team.