Cerebral Palsy Greece presented the model of the new building named “Ariadne”, which is under construction in Agios Dimitrios, Athens. There, nine adults suffering from cerebral palsy will be hosted. They 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 most important thing is that these people will have a home they can call their own and a family which will give them an ordinary life, full of love and support. The architectural plans have been filed and a permit to start the construction is expected to be issued soon. Bwin is one of the great benefactors of this effort but help from other sources is also necessary for the completion of this project.
“We thank bwin for its valuable help in order to build “Ariadne” together”, stated Daphne Oikonomou, President of Cerebral Palsy Greece. “We are familiar with the essential work that is done from Cerebral Palsy Greece all these years. That makes us really happy and emotional to help, so that 9 people with cerebral palsy and mobility problems will get the chance to live in their new home. The construction of “Ariadne” is being proudly added to our multilevel support to the vulnerable groups of our society”, added Ioanna Beriou, Corporate Communications Executive of bwin.
Cerebral Palsy Greece was founded in 1972 to fill a gap and meet the great needs in terms of welfare for people suffering from cerebral palsy in Greece. The goal has always been to develop a variety of activities to promote the interests of people with disabilities.