Monday, June 20, 2011

New West Interact

Students of NWSS’s Interact Club gather around their cheque for $900 to Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation. The students raised the money through bake sales at the school to help fund neurodevelopmental support systems, or positional aids, to promote the development of premature babies while they are in their cribs. These aids help mimic the mother’s womb by reducing noise and light irritation; providing support for babies’ heads, shoulders, hips, pelvis and knees; and promoting limb flexion.

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