Pusat Rehabilitasi YAKKUM (YAKKUM Rehabilitation–YAKKUM Craft Centre is a non-governmental, Christian social foundation, a subsidiary body of YAKKUM (Christian Public Health Foundation). YAKKUM Rehabilitation-YAKKUM Craft Centre provides rehabilitation for children and young adults with physical disabilities. It is located at Jalan Kaliurang KM 13,5 Besi, Yogyakarta.
PRY-YC serves clients who come from all over Indonesia . But specifically, PRY-YC focuses its efforts on clients from Java and Bali. Currently, nearly all PRY's clients are from the provinces of Yogyakarta and Central Java
To enable the patients to achieve maximum possible independence in physical, social and economic terms, allowing patients and their families to return to live in the community.
To provide a comprehensive rehabilitation program to people with physical disabilities to achieve maximum possible independence return to life in the community.
To provide rehabilitation service for disabled children and young adults, especially those who are poor, orphans, or suffer from other social disadvantages. PRY-YC is trying to empower people with disabilities to be self-reliant in all aspects of their daily life and to be able to earn a living using the skills they have acquired at the centre.
WHAT THEY DO: PHYSICAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM
There are two kinds of clinics in YAKKUM rehabilitation centre, a general clinic and a dental clinic. In the first, run by a doctor and 2 nurses, they provide medical treatment, surgery, and post-surgical treatment. The dental clinic, runs by a part-time dentist and supported by a nurse, serves patients with dental problems.
This unit helps both post-operative patients and non-operative patients to increase their functional mobility. At present, they have two physiotherapists at the centre. In the physiotherapy department, they also provide individual consultation and assist the tailoring of aids.
3. Occupational Therapy
In this unit, the occupational therapists assist the patients so that they become physically independent. They have both in-patient and out-patient programs. For the in-patient program, the occupational therapists train the clients inside the centre, whereas the out-patient program is conducted outside the centre, for example, ADL (Activities of Daily Living) training at the client's house.