(Written by: Lindiwe Nxumalo)

Neliswa Ndala is a granny who lives in rural Eastern Cape with Alungile who has Cerebral Palsy (CP). Alungile was abandoned when she was young and Neliswa adopted her and took her into her into her life like her own daughter. It is not easy to look after a child who has CP, but Neliswa does. She loves Alungile so much she travelled all the way to Johannesburg to bring her to Malamulele Onward.

(Written by: Ronè Ochse)

Each day looks very different as we have a fair amount of different clinics we have to plan and run at the hospital but also at various surrounding clinics. The types of clients we see on a daily basis can also vary quite a lot and I sometimes end up seeing both children and adults all ranging from physical, scholastic or psychological difficulties. My day is generally broken up into sections of admin, physical contact/ treatment sessions in the ward, some DIY to make something for a client, some more physical contact in our rehabilitation ward, one or two sessions of counseling and some hand therapy all mashed up into one day.

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