Our number one priority is to ensure that all people have access to high-quality services, including medical and social background checks, medical and pharmaceutical patient-focused care, as well as long-term care until the patient makes a full recovery. All of the above are being achieved with the defining help of a group of specialized experts (such as social workers, psychologists, physiotherapists, nurses and doctors) who support our effort in every way possible. We do everything in our power to provide:
-Medical and pharmaceutical care that cannot be provided by the patient’s family, due to financial difficulties.
-Diagnostic tests that cannot be conducted promptly or free of charge in public diagnostic facilities.
-Specialized treatments that can only be conducted in private healthcare facilities or abroad.
-Ongoing campaigns in order to raise awareness and gather the required funds for medical conditions that require immediate intervention.
-Orthopedic devices for people with disabilities that cannot be purchased by themselves, due to financial difficulties.
-Medical equipment and expendable medical supplies, which are required for the daily care of people with disabilities and chronic illnesses.
-Physiotherapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy sessions required in order to improve the clinical condition of children who are experiencing developmental problems or disabilities.
– Counseling and psychological services.
-Transportation and accommodation services for families whose children need to be hospitalized far away from their place of residence.