We had a quiet week, as Monday was a holiday and several children did not come this week, as they had end of year parties in their other school or for family members. This gave us an opportunity to talk with parents individually, discuss progress made, and set goals for their child for the upcoming year. We updated goal plans for about 14 of the 30 children we are serving. Hopefully we will get to the others in the next few weeks. It was great to have Cristofer come for physical therapy for the first time, and his mother talked to the psychologist re some support with the siblings. In the afternoons, Wilmer, Carmendelia and I learned how to make a supportive chair out of cardboard, from a Swiss occupational therapist visiting the nearby town. It was quite a challenge to find cardboard and five days of work to make the chair. However by next Monday we hope to have a chair made specifically to fit and support Johayner, who can not sit unsupported. Material costs were about $4, including cost of the knife! If other families are interested in making chairs for their child we will be able to teach them. We tried to have fun in the labor intensive process! We glued five layers of cardboard and pasted three layers of telephone book pages. The chair seemed quite strong, and we are keeping them away from cardboard eating cockroaches!