Physical disability


Together with our international suppliers and many different organizations, the company LetMo provided support to wheelchair users or seniors with limited mobility and allocated funds and capacities to send wheelchairs and their accessories to Ukraine or to displaced people. If you are a humanitarian organization in touch with mechanic wheelchairs users or an individual who needs technical help in this field, do not hesitate and contact us.

Contact person: Mirek Zeman – LetMo SK

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Organization of muscular dystrophics in Slovakia

It is the only and specific organization in Slovakia, bringing together children and adults (and their families) suffering from muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular diseases. Our members are provided with expert assistance and supportive background and we are trying to mitigate the consequences of a vast and very serious physical disability. We aim to provide our clients with targeted and complex support, responding to their ever-changing needs related to gradually and irreversibly worsening disease and health condition of a person suffering from dystrophy.

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Slovak Haemophilia Society

Slovak Haemophilia Association sent a request via European Haemophilia Consortium, to help people who had to leave Ukraine due to the war. We are particularly providing support while transferring larger amounts of clotting factor concentrates across the boarder helping foreigners and patients with inborn blood clotting disorders to be better informed about their health care services opportunities.

For communication in English and general information about health care services, please contact:

MUDr. Martin Sedmina, doctor – haematologist, vice-president of Slovak Haemophilia Society

+421907615270 (phone calls, WhatsApp, Viber)

For communication in Russian:

Ing. Jaroslav Janovec, president of Slovak Haemophilia Society


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Civic association Lymphoma and Leukaemia Slovakia

Our organization established a website in Ukrainian language aimed on Ukrainian oncology patients and their relatives who crossed Slovak boarders and are looking for help in the area of cancer treatment. Our workers are gathering important information, providing contacts and are mainly trying to assist in cooperation with other organizations and the Slovak government.

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