“Ariadne” will host nine adults suffering from cerebral palsy and will soon open its doors. Τhe tears of the people who will live there and those of their parents, make everyone understand the importance of this project.
“Ariadne” Residential Home of Cerebral Palsy Greece/Open Door is more than a building. With the valuable help of bwin, it becomes “home” for nine adults, suffering from cerebral palsy. For people who seek an opportunity in life and see a door opening for a better future.
Construction began in August 2020 and despite the current difficulties due to the pandemic the project continued. Everyone did their best, so that “Ariadne” would be completed as soon as possible. Their commitment made the difference and the inauguration is getting closer and closer. The nine residents will receive specialized daily care, medical care and psychological support, while they will also be encouraged to learn how to live on their own means and participate in daily activities.
The name of the building symbolizes the story of Ariadne and Theseus. In Greek Mythology, she helped him find his way out of the labyrinth with the famous ball of thread. These nine adults will now find their way out of a life full of problems to a better future, as Daphne Economou, President of Cerebral Palsy Greece/Open Door, said.
For everyone who offered some help to complete this project, the best reward is the gratitude of these parents and their children. The tears, the strong emotions and the relief that these people feel, is a reminder that every action to support the society is worth every effort. A battle to make a dream come true for people in need, is a battle worth fighting.