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The organization and participation in events addressed to special needs cases, individualized and objectively analyzed plays an important role in the development of Help & Care Association. Through material, emotional and educational support, we propose that these events contribute to raising awareness and supporting positive change.

Your posture from our posture

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Project with a big impact on the Oradea community, "Your posture from our posture" - is a project for the assessment of postural deformities among children aged between 8-16 years.
Through this project, the Help & Care Association conducts a screening (initial mass examination) of postural imbalances in children aged 8-16 from Oradea.

Final conference of the project "Access to a better life - Integrated services for people with disabilities"

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On October 3, the closing conference of this project took place at the Darvas house. The conference was attended by people from different fields but with common values. It was a "soul-warming" event.
The period included in the project was a year full of new and successful experiences.

With good friends

Published on: May 16, 2023

One of the main directions of our activity within the project Access to a better life - Integrated services for people with disabilities is that of information. Information about disability and especially about the somatic and psychoemotional recovery of those who cross our threshold and beyond. And one way in which we were able to support the recovery of several people, by providing accurate information, was to participate in a cycle of conferences with the aim of educating oncological patients and their relatives.

A(cceptance) D(giving) L(human)

Published on: May 16, 2023

A few weeks ago I went to the Bihor Locomotive Disabled Association for the first time. Here, through the project Access to a better life - Integrated services for people with disabilities, we started to hold group meetings for the psycho-emotional well-being of the beneficiaries. Our topics of discussion focused on the needs of the participants, which we already learned from the first meeting.

"And, we're back on the faculty benches..."

Published on: May 16, 2023

In January of this year, through a collaboration that we have with the faculty of Geography, Tourism and Sport - the specialization of Physiotherapy and Special Motricity, we gave a presentation to the students, which addressed two related topics:

            Medical devices – catalysts in prophylaxis and convalescence and

            The psychoemotional impact of disability on patients and their relatives.

The opening conference of the project “Access to a better life‘’.

Published on: September 15, 2022
-Integrated services for disabled persons
In a chic environment, at Darvas-LaRoche house, built in the Viennese secession, took place the conference, which aimed to present the objectives of the project “Access to a better life – Integrated services for disabled persons”, the results and information about the funding program.

Visit to the Dumbrava asylum

Published on: October 6, 2019
The members of the association together with volunteers support the activity of the Pasca family in Dumbrava annually, by purchasing the necessary products for the optimal development of daily activities at the asylum. This family began to welcome homeless elders years ago.

Santa's Coming

Published on: 12 December, 2018

The first activity of the volunteers was Santa‘s coming, which dates back long before the formation of the Association. During this action, the volunteers, accompanied by Santa Claus, went (year after year) to the elderly and children, trying to bring them back the joy of the holidays in their souls through carols and gifts.

Cake Day

Published on: September 7, 2018

One of the most important and touching activities of the association is the "Cake Day", organized since the first months of the ’’Association's life’’.

Spring on the roads

Published on: April 12, 2018
April 2021. Although the SARS-CoV 2 pandemic brought and brings new challenges, human kindness knows no bounds