Camptys Foundation seeks to improve the lives of disabled people living in deprived communities around the world by working with individuals and organisations to provide equipment and services to frontline agencies working with those individuals.
THE DIFFERENCE WE MAKE
Your donations enable us to acquire equipment and services that promote the individuals' learning, health, play and employability; and boost their chances of leading active lives and achieving their full potential.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Whether you wish to make a personal donation, organise a fundraising event or simply volunteer your services, we appreciate your support and no contribution is considered too small.
The Pocket Learner eductional development system is an innovative programme administered by Camptys Foundation and aims primarily at enabling children with cognitive disabilities to develop vocabulary and learn to read. The multi award-winning system is a simple tool builds communication skills and develops self confidence, effectively complementing traditional learning methodologies.
The System can be applied to the learning of a range of subject areas and be used by individuals who simply embrace another way of learning. It is useful not only to disabled children but to any child or adult with learning and reading issues. The system is being used parents and teachers alike and has had rave reveiws from a range of educational professionals.
Camptys Foundation is keen to involve the wider society in providing access to children from poorer countries in an endeavour to give disabled children in particular, an opportunity to aspire and hope for a better, more productive and inclusive future. For more information please visit the Pocket Learner website or contact us to discuss how you may become involved.
Mandate: To improve the life experience of children living with disability across the world, by raising awareness of their conditions and coordinating support from individuals, organisations and donor agencies.
There are millions of children and adults who live with some type of physical, mental, intellectual or sensorial disability in the Americas. At least 50 million of them live in Latin America and the Caribbean alone.
Children with special needs, complex medical conditions or developmental disabilities, are challenged with an array of conditions from premature birth, chronic illnesses, or severe injuries. These conditions often require a continuum of medical, educational, and rehabilitative long-term care and specialized services.