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Phearom, a Child Rehabilitation Officer with Cabdico, visits with a regular patient, Lihour Srean (3) whom she has been working with for one year. Lihour has severe cerebral palsy.
Chea Phearom explains how she uses charts like these to help her patients learn new words and how to say them.
At a Cabdico training, Child Rehabilitation Officers and teachers brainstorm about the consequences of disabilities, and how they can help their respective clients and students
Phearom helps to straighten out Lihour's fingers, as they cramp up tightly often due to his cerebral palsy.
Sophal, Lihour's mother, spends most of her day home with her son, making sure he stays safe. Occasionally, she gets help from her parents, but usually she is on her own.
Ouk Lim's parents didn't think he would ever be able to go to school, let alone get himself there. His bicycle riding skills are a point of pride for everyon
Ouk's parents never thought he would be able to take care of himself. Now, he proudly showers himself every day.
Ouk Lin plays with his sisters and neighbors.
Ouk Lin plays with his neighbors.
Ouk Lin reads with his Mother Chhan Lam, a practice encouraged by Cabdico staff.
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