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June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
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