With limited access to education for children with disabilities in Latin America, parents often struggle to provide proper schooling for their kids. Children with neurological disorders like autism, epilepsy, and cerebral palsy, often suffer the most as trained staff and appropriate facilities can be scarce.
But one woman from Mexico is helping parents give their kids tools for life in the classroom and beyond.
She started a special education center that concentrates on their learning needs, so they can become independent adults.
Meet Game Changer and child psychologist Jennikate Estavillo.