Currently Roki is in need of a team of volunteers. We have been for 3 stem cell treatments and our task is now to provide those new repaired brain cells with the information to get them working again. This is a big task and we have drawn up an intensive home treatment program under guidance of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential in Philadelphia.
The Institutes specialise in reactivating sensory pathways to the brain specific to individual brain injuries. One of the stimulation tasks are teaching Roki’s brain how to crawl, it’s called patterning. It involves 3 people and is done on a table. It is very easy to do and needs to be done for 5 minutes up to 12 times a day. You can imagine that this involves many volunteers.
However, we have done this patterning for only two weeks now and have already seen more movement in Roki when he is on the floor. We cannot stop and will need all the help we can get. We can do 4 sessions in an hour and we need to do these 3 times a day.
Below are the times of the day, seven days a week, we need volunteers. Please let us know if you can help by committing to one or two sessions each week.
2:00 – 3:00pm
If you live on or near the Northern beaches in Sydney and can help please email Roki’s mum (Ina Mills) at email@example.com if you are able to help in any way.
We thank you for your continuous support.