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Inspirational Stories: Muhammed Sayfullah

Posted on February 11, 2019 by All In

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Sayfullah is a teenager with a hunger for learning and communicating his feelings. Quadriplegic cerebral palsy left him unable to walk and speak clearly. His mother was determined to enable her son. She left her job to educate Sayfullah at home and strived to find ways to help him.

In 2012, Sayfullah found his voice through assistive technology. He is now able to communicate using his iPad and an app that reads out his typed messages. To learn more about Sayfullah and his mother’s journey, read the article “Setting My Son, the Trapped Chatterbox, Free” or watch the video Finding Sayfullah’s Voice.



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