Why do we do our work? Look at the faces of these kids, you'll understand. We want to share with you some stories of our little heroes.
Nikita is a charming boy of 9 years old. He is the second and long-awaited child in the family. He has an older brother who is already an adult. Nikita was born on time, developed normally, but at 2.5 years old, deviations in development became visible. Doctors diagnosed "early childhood autism." Rehabilitation and numerous visits to hospitals began. By the time of the first rehabilitation the boy could not say a sound. But on the basis of several courses, he recovered, began to speak, to study at the boarding school, to perform on stage, to engage in creativity.
Now Nikita is fond of dinosaurs, he is interested in everything connected with nature. He attends our group on art therapy at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and practically does not differ from the peers. Doctors give positive predictions. They say that he can get back to normal state if he continues rehabilitation courses. Nikita has a cheerful, very loving mother, a kind father. It is very pleasant to see such friendly families whose members appreciate each other.
"We have a happy family, we are happy with every little advancement in the development of Nikita, and we are very grateful to your Foundation for helping us to rehabilitate our son. Doctors give good predictions and I am very happy. If not you, Nikita would be "stuck" in his diagnose. Thank you very much! ". Lyudmila, Nikita's mother.