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!
Beautiful pictures! Sounds like you’re having a wonderful experience- sharing and gaining skills. Can’t wait to hear all of your stories in detail when you return!
So good to see you all doing such important work! Great job!
Looks like another great experience for everyone. Love all of this continued great work. Can’t wait to see your pictures and hear all the great contributions that you all made.