Many of the children in orphanages around the world are engaging in some form of rehabilitation, and our children are no different. Many of the children at Carpenter's House require 24-hour medical care, comprehensive rehabilitative therapy, respiratory care, and special education. 

Some of the more complex rehabilitation requirements are for our children that have medical needs as a result of birth defects or complications, traumatic accidents or illnesses. There's also needs for rehabilitation due to a traumatic or congenital injury, sudden illness, or post-surgery treatment. Our rehabilitation goals is to work to help our children reach their fullest potential by creating opportunities to increase function and independence through speech therapy, physical therapy, and occupational therapy.