YWCA Chairwoman Praichit Jetpai joined nursing students from Chonburi Health Care School and staff of Nisha Clinic and the Jutamat Beauty School at the shelter Nov. 26.
YWCA Chairwoman Praichit Jetpai (back, right), along with nursing students from Chonburi Health Care School, staff of Nisha Clinic and the Jutamat Beauty School organized free checkups and haircuts for children at the Fountain of Life Center
The kids were given health checks and haircuts and the nursing students taught the children and their caregivers correct methods for teeth brushing, hand washing and other hygiene. Afterward, everyone enjoyed lunch together.
Children are truly enjoying hair treatments from Jutamat Beauty School beauty technicians.
“All members of the association believe in the importance of good health for these unfortunate children and giving them an opportunity to care for their own health,” Praichit said. “The number of children is quite high, therefore, to take them for health checks or hospital services is quite difficult, not to mention the expense for the foundation. Therefore, we decided to provide a medical checkup for children since we want to care for children’s health to prevent infectious disease and reduce expenses for the various foundations in Pattaya and Banglamung.”
Children from Fountain of Life are given medical check-ups.
Children smiling, happy, waiting in line for their check-up.