The Institute for the Handicapped and Backward People, in a heartwarming celebration of International Cerebral Palsy Day on October 6th, hosted an event that left a lasting impact. Mrs. Laily Khatun, the institute’s secretary, delivered an insightful and inspiring lecture on cerebral palsy. The event was graced by the presence of parents who eagerly gathered to gain knowledge and support their children.
Mrs. Khatun’s lecture shed light on the challenges faced by those with cerebral palsy and the importance of understanding and inclusion. She emphasized the need for compassion, awareness, and empowerment. Her words resonated with the audience and instilled a sense of unity.
After the enlightening session, the festivities continued with a delightful mid-day meal that brought smiles to the faces of all students. The delicious spread was complemented by an array of sweet treats that added to the joy of the occasion.
This event was not just a celebration but a significant step in creating a more inclusive and supportive environment for individuals with cerebral palsy. It showcased the dedication of the Institute for the Handicapped and Backward People to improve the lives of those they serve and their commitment to raising awareness.