Dr. Liz Hay, foreground, worked with a young patient at the  children's clinic in Mayasandra, India, last month. She is certified in pediatrics and  psychiatry. Other  members of the multi disciplinary team from Lexington  included special  educators, a speech and language therapist, and  physical therapy  students.
Dr. Liz Hay, foreground, worked with a young patient at the children's clinic in Mayasandra, India, last month. She is certified in pediatrics and psychiatry. Other members of the multi disciplinary team from Lexington included special educators, a speech and language therapist, and physical therapy students.
Dr. Liz Hay, foreground, worked with a young patient at the children's clinic in Mayasandra, India, last month. She is certified in pediatrics and psychiatry. Other members of the multi disciplinary team from Lexington included special educators, a speech and language therapist, and physical therapy students.

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