The classroom will be a stimulating environment of lights, sounds and tactile experiences, specially designed to tap into the unique abilities of each student. The students have disabilities such as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, mental retardation, or autism, as well as physical and behavioral disabilities. The new specialized learning materials, including adaptive computer technology, will allow each student to explore his or her senses and interact with the world in a more stimulating environment.

- Peace Corps Community Health Volunteer Ana De la Rosa, who is working with her local community to build a new classroom for students with learning disabilities and provide additional training at the local primary school in northern Peru

The classroom will be a stimulating environment of lights, sounds and tactile experiences, specially designed to tap into the unique abilities of each student. The students have disabilities such as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, mental retardation, or autism, as well as physical and behavioral disabilities. The new specialized learning materials, including adaptive computer technology, will allow each student to explore his or her senses and interact with the world in a more stimulating environment.

- Peace Corps Community Health Volunteer Ana De la Rosa, who is working with her local community to build a new classroom for students with learning disabilities and provide additional training at the local primary school in northern Peru