I live in St.Lucia which is an island in the Caribbean, where very little is done for children or adults with Cerebral Palsy. We have no regular therapists and depend on a lot of volunteers from overseas, who do short trips. If we develop a mobile sensory room it improves the chances of reaching people islandwide and providing some form of stimulation to these affected who are most times kept at home as parents find it challenging to take them out. A fully adaptible mobile sensory room will be able to reach the door steps of the affected and provide an opportunity of learning, stimulation and exploration which is currently unavailable and therefore help those affected by Cerebral Palsy acquire and develop skills to help them in every day living.
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