Follow-Up Assessments For Child In Gaza Amputee Program
Follow-Up Assessments For Child In Gaza Amputee Program

During the follow-up and reassessment visits, the remarkable child, six-year-old Mohammad, from North Gaza, suffers from Bilt Above the knee amputation, in addition to an amputation in the upper right extremity. Mohammad started kindergarten, and with the efforts of the PCRF mental health team and his family, he began to engage and integrate with other children; his enthusiasm also increased to attend kindergarten after meeting many amputee children in the Third Camp Ability summer camp for amputees and sharing stories and experiences with each other. Mohammed obtained two lower limbs in cooperation with Hamad Rehabilitation Hospital. During the last visit from the U.S. limb specialist in cooperation with the specialists at Hamad Hospital, the specialists re-evaluated and modified Mohammed's prosthetic limbs. Mohammad’s mother expressed that the care Mohammad received from the PCRF affected not only him but the whole family significantly.