Abdo was enrolled in the "Back to the Future” education program during the second phase of the program (BTF2), and from the moment he entered into the program he has been immediately followed-up by a speech, language and psychomotor therapist.
He moved together with his family from Siria to Lebanon six years ago, when he was just one year old, and from this age he began to show some difficulties
Motor skills, attention, mental flexibility, memory, delay in oral language development, and cognitive skills: these were its weaknesses.
After some years, Abdo is still participating in the activities carried out by Back To The Future and is now continuing through the third phase (BTF 3).
“In class, you can see from phase 2 to phase 3, how he improved in the interaction with his classmates and how well he can express himself. He focuses a lot on coloring and has a higher attention to details.”
In addition to being his teacher, she is also one of his supporters.
His mother further explained: “Abdo can now better grasp information when I’m talking to him and can communicate what he needs to me.”
It is just the beginning for Abdo. With therapy and follow-up, he has been given the proper support not only to overcome educational obstacles, but also the challenges he might face in his daily life.