Salvation army rehabilitation centres  


Brief description and main aims

The Salvation Army Rehabilitation Centre is a Medical Centre that Provides Physiotherapies and rehabilitation Service to Children and Adults. They also go on outreach and provide general Health Care at the Community Levels.

The aim and priority of the center is to provide support for the physically challenged in the society especially;
  • The poor who is economically disadvantaged and whose access to other sources of health care is restricted.
  • Children, Treatment performed early on a child life is often more effective. The ultimate aim in assisting children with impairments is to facilitate their inclusion in education.This priority does not exclude treatments of some adults.

    Main Activities
    The centre assists and support persons with disabilities especially children and vulnerable adults through
  • pysiotherapy services
  • providing assistive devices like canes, crutches, walkers, wheelchairs etc.
  • suppport to undergo surgeries and
  • Counselling and psychosocial support

  • Volunteer Tasks
  • Assisting the clinical staff in providing physiotherapy and rehab services
  • Assist those in the Centre in their daily task
  • Go on outreach programmes to provide general health care and Rehab services at the community level
  • Help in the Clinic by doing administrative/Secretariat job

  • Volunteer Requirements / Skills
    Volunteers with or no special skills is needed. However volunteer who have the passion to support / Assist the Centre is always welcome.

    The Salvation Army Rehabilitation Centres can be found in three different Regions in Ghana. They are as follows:
  • Begoro in the Eastern Region
  • Wiamose in the Ashanti Region
  • Agona Duakwa in the Central Region of Ghana
  • All the centres perform the same duties and Services.

    Contact Info

    ICYE P. M. B Accra North, Millinium Estate Kasoa,
    +233 243126118

    How we work at ICYE GHANA

    ICYE is a Federation of Full and Associate Member National Committees. National Committees are autonomous. They develop and run the program according to the needs of the youth of their countries, and following policies and guidelines prepared and adopted by the General Assembly of the Federation. 

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