Timion lives by the following principles:

  • We are committed to the poor and needy
  • Our services are especially for the less privileged with disabilities
  • Our committment to the children with disability reflects our innner conviction
  • We are commited to Christian ethical values
  • We are convinced that there is hope for a better quality of life for children with Cerebral Palsy (CP)
  • We believe that a child with CP’s ability to reach his full potential lies to a great extent with his caregiver/family and therefore we need to invest in them mostly
  • We strive to always give the best quality in:
  • Equipment
  • Therapy
  • Teaching
  • We believe that honesty, transparency and mutual respect are key to successful team work