At that point, Binh’s parents heard of Orphan Voice’s Phu Ninh Therapy Center. Hope entered their hears. They thought: “maybe this is the way.”
On his first visit to the Therapy Center, Binh couldn’t sit up on his own. He couldn’t hold anything because his hands and arms were too weak.
But Binh worked hard. Each day, his parents brought him for therapy and each day he said: “I’ll try my best.” Everyone – parents, therapists, other children and families – were touched by his determination.
And determined he was! After six months of therapy, Binh learned to sit up with some help. After six additional months of work, he could sit up on his own!
The therapists worked hard to increase Binh’s hand and arm strength. They devised a weight lifting routine which he faithfully followed. Today, although still weak, he can hold a two kilo hand weight out from his body. He can walk 8 yards by himself. His mom rejoices because he now dresses himself – freeing her to attend to other household duties.
Binh still has a ways to go, but he has surely come a long, long way! His parents are overjoyed. To the Phu Ninh therapists, they say: “Thank you, moms!”
They also say “THANK YOU” to Orphan Voice partners!
All of Orphan Voice’s special needs ministries, including the Phu Ninh Therapy Center, are sharing the love of Christ with needy children and families each day. God encourages and heals through you. Your gifts change lives!
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