Physical Impairments

A physical disability is any condition that permanently prevents normal body movement and/or control. There are many different types of physical disabilities. Some of the main ones include:

Muscular dystrophies

When a child has muscular dystrophy, this means that the muscle fibers in the body gradually weaken over time. Children can have different types of muscular dystrophy. The most common type is Duchene Muscular Dystrophy which occurs only in boys. All types of muscular dystrophy are genetic even though other family members may not have the condition. There is more information on the Raising Children Network website Muscular dystrophy.

Physical Disabilities

Students may have physical disabilities arising from conditions such as congenital deformities, spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, brittle bones, haemophilia, cystic fibrosis or severe accidental injury.


Food is essential to life therefore give food to the needy.


Take care of your body. It's the only place where you have to live in.

Funding for Poor

The health impact of poverty is most seen on children and women.

Please raise your hand

for those helpless childrens who need it