Day by day families of children with disabilities feel harassed in the streets because they are subject to accusing or pitying looks that over time affect their mental health, reaching to a point where these families hide the child with disabilities. That is why the families of Wasi Esperanza participate in the marches that serve to raise awareness of the issue of disability towards the general public.
In the last march Max Alfredo was the star of the day since he was in the car greeting everyone. His mother looked at him from afar smiling for his son.
Max is 5 years old, he is a very curious child, he is always attentive to what is happening around him, he is also very sensitive. The psychologist and the rest of the team are working hard to improve His concentration and to be able to go to school. His parents and sister support him a lot.
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