Thanks to funding from The Paige Project, we were able to complete a five day an intervention project to Donald Fraser Hospital in during the Easter school holidays in March 2011. A team of 9 Bobath/NDT trained therapists (Christa Scholtz, Andrea Fourie, Robyn Heesh (from Australia), Kirsty Williams, Ninette du Plessis, Marianne Viljoen, Catriona Bachmann (from Switzerland), Lindie Dalton and Gillian Saloojee) spent five days working with the local therapists in treating 30 children and training their caregivers in how to continue the programme at home. Daniel Meyer, orthotist and carpenter from Jeffrey’s Bay, also joined the team and showed us the new adjustable chair he has designed for children with CP - and it worked very well. Christa Scholtz’s son, Joubert was an invaluable volunteer – assisting Daniel, helping with videos and making equipment and Pippa White, the Malamulele Onward office manager joined the team as the official photographer. Lydia Ngwana and Marongwa Boikanyo, also from the Malamulele Onward staff, worked with the parents – making toys, offering support and advice and helping them to practice what the therapists were working on during the treatment sessions. As always, it was great week – lots of hard work matched equally by lots of fun. Thank-you to The Paige Project for funding this project.