ON A MISSION TO PROVIDE:
therapy and counseling.
At Joy The Warrior Foundation, we believe in developing the socio economic potential of the people living with disability, living in vulnerable situations through rehabilitation, care, education and economic empowerment.
The President - Sabina Wahome’s late daughter, who had cerebral palsy, inspired this organization.
Imagine not getting the daily assistance needed when you’re living with disability or are terminally ill, really sad.
Sabina saw first hand how it was tough to provide essentials like incontinence care, food and health care to her ailing daughter and instantly decided to make a difference to others who were in such life-defining situations.
what we do best
At Joy The Warrior Foundation, we promote the dignity and self-worth of all of our community, and strive to give them excellent quality of life, individually and as a group. It is not just a caregiving organization—it is their home, and their community.
WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE?
Although the hospital model of care practiced in most rehabilitation homes provides good results for Medicaid and Medicare billing purposes—that is, easily quantifiable lists of procedures and medicines administered, test results, and billable nursing hours—it does not provide good quality of life for the challenged (or “patients,” as they are referred to in the hospital model).
At Joy the Warrior Foundation, we see a different way of assisting our physically challenged members. Acknowledging that where they live is their home, and belongs to them, not to the medical staff, we have established a model that not only meets their medical and physical needs, but one that also nourishes their social connections, individual dignity, and personal preferences.
Far more devastating than normal illness to our community, is lack of purpose.
Studies have shown over and over that people living with disabilities who are engaged in activities they find meaningful are far more likely to retain mental acuity, physical health, and emotional well being.
Although the hospital model tries to provide such stimulation, its “activities” are usually organized by staff, with little or no input from “patients,” and become just one more set of required tasks for all involved.
At Joy the Warrior Foundation, we will work with our physically challenged to identify areas of interest and methods of community involvement that will appeal to them.
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