aid across the german states
naturheilzentrum bottrop and the city of wittmund join forces to help a 10-year-old in a persistent vegetative state.
non-profit charity foundation organizes charity event on learning about the problems and worries of the family. the opening event took place under the auspices of mayor, rolf claußen, and support by farid zitoun. “the meeting at the north sea was an unbureaucratic help-oriented event,” reports daniela rogge of media agency z|zwei, who also was a project participant at the subsequent press conference.
“this is a lighthouse project with a radiating effect,” adds healer farid zitoun during his visit to lower saxony.
harlinger tageszeitung (a local newspaper) today quotes the words of mayor claußen on its front page: “to me, it was clear right from the beginning that we of the city of wittmund are up for it.”
making a big difference for little tom | the charity concert in harlingerland.
little tom is regarded “incurable by conventional medicine” since his drowning accident. but his parents left no stone unturned in their search for sensible measures like physiotherapies and dolphin therapy.
however, it was only after the best-practice concept nabomed®, that real and provable successes could be recorded. successes that his therapist, nurses and doctors in charge can confirm.
wittmund | a remarkable city where People make their weight felt
in addition to the supporters, local bank “sparkasse leerwittmund” and magazine “anzeiger harlingerland” as well as various other regional companies have offered their support. this worthy cause receives a helping hand in terms of implementation and realization from across the states from bavaria-based association, amelie e.v., which campaigns for chronically ill children.
during the planning stages, marinemusikkorps nordsee from wilhelmshaven had already agreed to make this charitable event a special pleasure from a musical perspective as well in service to the good cause.
charity event “we help tom” | city hall wittmund | tuesday 29 november 2011 | 18.30h
the press reports (excerpt):
wittmund. little tom needs support. numerous therapy measures were used to improve tom's situation. financial bottlenecks occurred as a result of setbacks regarding the cost coverage. in order to help their son, tom's parents used their savings and also liquidated the assets of their pension. in the process, they discovered naturheilzentrum bottrop. naturopathic approaches and dolphin therapies yielded small successes and brought back a feeling of hope and that it might be better some day, after all. by now, tom is able to move his head and he cries when he feels pain. but the costs are slowly exceeding the family's possibilities. they're hoping not to be forced to give up as the health insurer now only covers the daily physiotherapy – in their eyes, tom is incurable and thus beyond treatment.
source: anzeiger für harlingerland, 1 march 2011