Patients at the Cheshire Disability Centre have been gifted with television sets donated by Ruswin Integrated Solutions.
General Manager for Cheshire Centre, Benard Aiyeko said the donation is timely, as it will help in keeping the patients in the residence interacted, connected and keep them entertained and also, up to date with current events.
“This comes in at a good time because many time, entertainment is key aspect of sensory development for residents. And getting those donations is quite a good thing for them because its not only going to let them get updated in terms of PNG and around the world but also help develop their sensory integrations, so that they are able to conceptualize and understand what takes place around them,” explained Aiyeko.
Rushwin Integrated Solution donated two 40 inch television sets to the Cheshire Disability Centre yesterday. Now the patients at the centre have televisions to watch and occupy their time, with the hope that it will bring many hours of joy to the residence.
Rushwin’s Acting General Manager Kevin Buckby says the company has always supported those in need, and in this instance, the televisions donated come with three years warranty.
“So with us doing audio visual equipment, there was the opportunity there to be able to help Cheshire Homes by donting two televisions. We are Samsung distributors and re-sellers in their corporate product and so we were able to provide two 40 inch screens, have them installed, and wall mounted,” said Rushwin’s Acting General Manager.
Buckby and his wife deliver food at the centre each Tuesday, and while doing, that he noticed that the existing TV was not working, so he stepped in to assist.
He believes it’s also about creating awareness on what needs to be done to assist the Cheshire Centre.
“The idea of having you come was not just to have a look at the TV’s, which we’re very proud and honored to be able to supply but also for you to have a look at the facilities, here and be part of promoting Cheshire Home and what we can all do to help.”
The centre provides services to more than 400 people living with disabilities with little, to no support, from the Government.
By Patricia Keamo – EMTV News, Port Moresby