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Groups for children with disabilities opened in Chita

Groups for children with disabilities opened in Chita

Short-stay groups for children with disabilities were solemnly opened in Chita. They were created on the basis of the Rostok Center for Medical and Social Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons as part of the social development plan for the centers of economic growth.

Currently groups can accept up to 30 children. Each office is equipped with interactive equipment and high-tech devices. Defectologists, psychologists and other specially trained personnel will work with the children. “Families with disabled children are among the most vulnerable groups of the population and are often socially isolated. The opening of such groups will improve the quality of life for families raising children with disabilities, ”said the head of the region, Alexander Osipov, at the opening ceremony. He also added that this year such groups will open in the village of Silk Mountain, and in 2020, in the cities of Krasnokamensk and Petrovsk-Zabaykalsky.

Also on Wednesday, six Gazel vehicles were transferred to rehabilitation centers in the region. The vehicles were purchased as part of the national project “Demography” and will serve as vehicles for mobile teams that provide social services at home. In particular, they will deliver people of retirement age from remote regions of the region to medical institutions.