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July 22, 2011
Deaf-blind Ines Garcia (R) sits on a park attraction next to Cecilia Vazquez, a caregiver, during their...
Seville, Spain
A deaf-blind woman sits on a park attraction next to a caregiver during their visit to Isla Magica theme...
Deaf-blind Ines Garcia (R) sits on a park attraction next to Cecilia Vazquez, a caregiver, during their visit to Isla Magica theme park in Seville May 26, 2011. Ines, 23, is blind and has only residual hearing. Her only way to communicate with the outside world is through touch, which she learns with the help of staff from the Santa Angela de la Cruz center. The center is the only specialized home in Spain for deaf and blind adults - of which there are more than 6,000 in the country -- and it has opened its doors in the middle of one of the country's worst economic crises, providing day care for some clients, and a residence for others. Picture taken May 26, 2011. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
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