Ajutăm anual peste 2000 de copii și pe familiile lor. Vezi cum facem asta
We help over 2000 children and their families annually. See how we do it
PhysioNet UK

7 years with PhysioNet UK

Over 3,500 pediatric and mobility devices from Great Britain, for children in Romania, through the Maria Beatrice Center, Alba Iulia. The devices are given for FREE use to children with post-traumatic and post-operative conditions, temporary mobility problems, cerebral palsy.

  • Devices:
    Postural chairs with multiple degrees of freedom, wheelchairs for children and adults, walkers (3-18 years), devices for educating walking, verticalizers with a variable angle of inclination and other systems to improve the quality of life.
  • Starting 7 years ago, at the Maria Beatrice Alba Iulia Center, we created a rotating system, through which any child in Romania can receive such devices for FREE use for 2-3 years.
  • As the child’s functional needs change, the family returns the device to the Center and receives, to the extent of availability, another device appropriate to the new functional needs.

    Thanks to PhysioNet UK! Special thanks to Mike Adams (President of PhysioNet), Peter Thomson and Heather Angilley, representatives of the PhysioNet organization and Liana Carmen Nagy, who made it possible for this shipment to reach our center in Romania!

  • As the UK is no longer part of the European Union, the transport of equipment becomes difficult and required many approvals and permits to be obtained!

    Thank you for the openness and support provided by the Romanian authorities throughout the organization of this transport:

    the National Authority for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Children and Adoptions within the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, especially Mrs. Liana Hiohi – Bucharest;

    Mrs. Laura Zărnescu from the Brașov Regional Customs Directorate;
    Mrs. Dana Mărculescu and Claudia Șandru and the Alba Iulia Customs Office;

    ANAF Brașov, ANAF Alba, DSVSA Alba.

    We thank our colleague Laura Ignat for her involvement and technical support in organizing the transport!!