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intensive rehabilitation in Poland

monnatmonnat Posts: 2Member
edited June 2014 in Cerebral Palsy
hi
I have a daughter with cerebral palsy is now three years. Since the space of two years we go to Poland to Warsaw every two months to two weeks of intensive rehabilitation center Olinek. There daughter is 2.5 hours daily rehabilitation of the well-trained physiotherapists. I would add that they speak good English. The trip cost us £ 1,000 but believe me my little girl making good progress, I'm nobody so it does not deal with the physiotherapists and the private visits are very expensive. This is a link to the center Read a http://www.olinek.com.pl/en/index.php
How do you have any questions it will try to answer them.
I'm in Poland Olinek with her daughter. We finish on Friday.

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  • DrakeDrake Posts: 1Member Listener
    11. In Poland the main problem unfortunately is the language barrier, even in hospitals. Thus with my medical condition I was forced to contact with American Clinic in Wilanow, which was the only place in Warsaw district, where I could get a professional help from people, capable to speak in English and a translator who would be able to translate medical documentation. Though I liked the fact that they provided me with „second option” which is in the simplest terms, a guide to the further rehabilitation with pointing out various centers etc.
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