Hand Therapy blog post
At AHHOT we are proud to have reached the milestone of 3000 days of medical care donated to underprivileged children in India.
Continuing the tradition of local and not so local giving, founding hand therapist Jo Marsh believes in doing business for good every day;
"For every appointment we donate a day of medical care for an underprivileged child in India. And for every family or friend referral- we donate a week of medical care for a child in India!"
Jo volunteered in Bhutanese refugee camps in Nepal during a long travelling trip to Nepal and India as a new graduate Occupational Therapist. During this time she saw first hand the impact that a lack of funding had on the health of children & young adults. She spend her weeks volunteering with programs specifically for seating with young disabled children, activity building for blind women and program development to decrease STD and unwanted pregnancy in Bhutanese refugee girls.
In setting up her own business years later- Jo was determined to give back, not only to the local community- but to those further away. Joining B1G1 and simply buying a day of medical care for every appointment, she is slowly but surely helping to use her business for good.
"It is incredible how quickly the days add up. And it feels great! Clients love to know they are also helping to contribute to others. And together we are helping more and more day by day."
To learn more about B1G1- business for good go to www.b1g1.com/businessforgood/
Hand Therapy blog posts
Author Jo Marsh
Click here to edit
google-site-verification=YGM-uR_DOSdmMrwfeJgNndPKQpbz4JYGahb4w7EpbzAAdelaide & Hills HAND THERAPY. Hand & arm rehabilitation in Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills SA.