On the occasion of Children’s Day : A fun fair organized at Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital
Wadia Hospital in association with Lions Club, Juhu hosted a fun fair on the occasion of Children’s day, to make them feel special, happy, and wanted. The children enjoyed a series of interesting activities such as a puppet show, yoga session, bubble show, tattoo station, game stalls and snacks. Around 150 kids along with their parents had participated in the event. This one-of-its-kind event was held at Therapy Park of the B.J. Wadia Hospital that is established for the rehabilitation and recreation of children fighting various diseases and ailments.
Like every year, this year too Children’s Day was celebrated with great fervor at Wadia Hospital. Not only adults, but even children display great courage while fighting chronic diseases and ailments. Currently, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, neuro, gastro, orthopaedic and respiratory problems are rampant in childrens. Still, children are battling them without fear. To recognize these children who rise above, Wadia Hospital has curated a magical event.
Dr Minnie Bodhanwala, CEO of Wadia Hospital, Mumbai, said, “Emerging as India’s first specialized Paediatrics hospital, we exclusively work for children. We have adopted a multidisciplinary approach to treating paediatric patients. We felt proud and elated as how many children participated in the event. The event was dedicated to children to bring smiles to their faces, and boost their morale and self-confidence.
“We are extremely happy and touched by the gesture of Wadia Hospital. The program conducted by the hospital helped all the children and their parents to relax, de-stress, overcome negativity and develop an optimistic approach toward life. There are many children who are fighting life-threatening diseases. But, we all came together and enjoyed all the activities without worrying about anything. This was a very special day and we forgot about all the pain. I want to also thank the hospital for providing timely treatment and saving numerous lives,” concluded child Sameer (Name changed)