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For Khali Zabian, rehabilitation can be a slow, deliberate process

LEE — From close friends and family to complete strangers, more and more people continue to donate to and say a prayer for 19-year-old Khali Zabian.
After being struck by a car in August, the prognosis for the Lee woman, who had sustained multiple injuries, including several broken bones and a fractured skull, looked uncertain.
Her family members and community, however, have remained firm in their faith, pledging not to give up fighting for her.
Since then, Zabian has been moved from Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, after undergoing several surgeries, to Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston. Each day, she receives physical, occupational and speech therapies.
Currently, Khali is in a semi-conscious state and isn’t fully aware of everything that’s going on around her, said Lisa Zabian, Khali’s mother.
She’s able to follow simple commands, whisper words and differentiate between items like a cup and a spoon, she added.
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