What do we do?
The Foundation provides care to children and adolescents who encounter barriers to accessing quality health care in a timely manner.
The Foundation supports beneficiaries through alliances with professionals and institutions, which provide services such as:
- Specialized consultations
- Specialized exams
- Obtaining glasses, wheelchairs, and other devices.
Provides help in comprehensive rehabilitation therapies to children and adolescents with hearing and intellectual disabilities, Down syndrome, spina bifida, developmental delays, autism, among others.
Supports mental health treatment for conduct and learning disorders with psychological and psychiatric care.
Guidance and support for parents and caregivers
We provide orientation to the parents and caregivers of our beneficiaries to strengthen them with adequate tools to guide and accompany their children in their physical and mental health processes.
We support the families of the beneficiaries in care routes and legal mechanisms (petition rights, contempt, requests and complains) when they present barriers to access to medical treatment.
We guide parents and caregivers in care routes when our professionals identify situations that put the beneficiaries or a family member at physical or psychological risk.