ROMANIA

People with disabilities in Romania are still insufficiently supported by the state. Children with disabilities for whom development and education is still possible find competent support in the day care centre House of Light and are supported according to their talents. In cooperation with the foundation “Pentru Familia Creştină” in Schäßburg, more than 30 children and young people are regularly cared for in the day care centre.

Projects of nehemia team in Romania

House of Light

The care centre for mentally and physically handicapped children makes it its business to support these children and to help affected families. This includes speech therapy, ergotherapy, psychotherapy and physiotherapy. 


The foundation “Pentru Familia Creştină” in Romania cooperates closely with the state authorities. The state only supports these measures with a small grant. Therefore this work is not possible without private donations.

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