Today, we started our day by going back to Korle Bu Hospital.
Again, we separated into groups of 4-5 students to assess, evaluate, and provide speech and language therapy to clients with a variety of disorders, including cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorder, aphasia, language delay, and more. We focused on parent-child interaction and creating home programs with strategies for the parents to work with their children. We then had lunch at the Dean’s Guest House, where a tradition Ghanaian dish (Ground Nut Soup with Fufu) was prepared for us. Afterwards, we went to the Accra market place to explore and buy souvenirs.
Goodbye for now!