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Caritas Egypte. SETI Center. Sector of Developing Persons with Disabilities & their families SETI Center For Advice, Training, Studies On Disabilities. Prepared by Mr. Essam Franciss. C.B.R consultant / Head of C.B.R Department. Index - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Sector of Developing Persons with Disabilities & their families

    SETI Center

    For Advice, Training, Studies On DisabilitiesPrepared by Mr. Essam FrancissC.B.R consultant / Head of C.B.R Department

  • Index

    The role of the family in Community Based Rehabilitation (C.B.R)

    Lesson learned in 20 years of experiences in C.B.R programs in Egypt

  • The case of disability in EgyptThe Egyptian population is 80 million

    N of disable person in Egypt is 8 million

    Only 3-4% of the disable has access to services.

    N of SETI Caritas Egypt C.B.R programs is 37 in 7 governorates.

  • Since 1989 we apply C.B.R programs in 37 different locations in 7 governorates.

    We withdraw from 25 locations of them.

    The strategy of the department aiming to implement 14 programs in East Delta of Egypt (2008- 2013)The case of disability in Egypt

  • The role of the family in C.B.R program?What family has?

  • The role of the family in C.B.R program? What are the needs of the families?

  • The role of the family in C.B.R program? What families can give?

  • The role of the family in C.B.R program?How families can advocate the rights of their children?

  • The role of the family in C.B.R program?How families need to be empowered ?

  • Training (package include):Self esteemSelf ConfidenceBasic skills for assessmentsActivities and programsBasic information and skills on Rehabilitation and communicationWhat are the needs of the family?

  • Support other families

    Net working between families

    Professional as well as governmental services.

    Rebuild the feeling of belonging to the community as a part of the social solidarity (to feel accepted within the community)What are the needs of the family?

  • Power of facing and fighting problem and challengesWhat families have? Strong motivation to call for advocacy- Many questions like:

    Why community has a negative attitude toward disability?

    Why our children have no enough services and un-equality with other children?

    The potential to change their life and to do the best for the disable children

  • What families can do? AdvocateLeadSolve big problems with creative solutionsMaking the world hear the voice of their childrenAfter empowerment, they could be a specialist advisors and trainers.Assessing the needs of their childrenBacking the services and supporting other families

  • What do families need to be empowered?. Learning how to bring positive thinkingLearning how to gain confidence Learning how to build a referral systemTraining them to have all basic skills needed for rehabilitation process (assessment design programs networking advocacy)

  • If the family can be empowered by the C.B.R workers this could:Ensuring the sustainability of the programDeveloping the abilities if the child at homeIncreasing the family participation in the C.B.R projectThe family could help in job finding and job placement within the community

  • Tous Nos Remerciements pour Votre Aimable AttentionThank you very much for your attention

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