Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang gives gifts to disabled children in Khanh Hoa | Society

Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang gives gifts to disabled children in Khanh Hoa |  Society

2023-06-03 14:55:50

Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang gives gifts to students at the Center Rehabilitation – Education Children with disabilities Khanh Hoa province. (Photo: Phan Sau/VNA)

On the afternoon of June 3, Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang visited and gave gifts to children at the Center for Rehabilitation and Education for Disabled Children in Khanh Hoa Province.

Mr. Phan Van Hiep, Director of the Center for Rehabilitation – Education for Children with Disabilities, said that the center currently has 147 students enrolled, including 100 students from the Intellectual Disability Block (8 classes) and 43 students. students in the block with hearing and speech disabilities (4 classes).

Along with that, the unit is also managing 1,820 children with disabilities. Every year, the center organizes health check-ups for disabled children in the community, detects and manages new cases of disability and receives and treats cases of mobility impairments, assigns physical therapy. materials and rehabilitation; outpatient medical examination and treatment…

For special education work, the center accepts children with disabilities into semi-boarding at preschool and primary school levels to teach culture, life skills, care, vocational training, and career guidance for children with disabilities. you follow the program of Ministry of Education and Training promulgate…

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Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang expressed his emotions when visiting the center, which teaches, takes care of and treats many children with disabilities and difficult circumstances with the dedicated and attentive care of teachers.

The Deputy Prime Minister hopes that the teachers here will continue to be mothers and fathers who will bring love to the children; At the same time, I hope that you will study hard to repay the gratitude of those who have taken care of you.

When asked by the Deputy Prime Minister about the aspirations of the students, Ms. Phan Thi Ngoc Sinh, a representative of the center, said that at the center, each child has a different type of disability and different degree of disability, many children have different needs. difficult situation.

In addition to children with disabilities who are studying and receiving treatment at the center, there are still many children outside who have not been properly cared for.

Therefore, those who do care and education for children with disabilities in Khanh Hoa like Ms. Sinh hope to have spacious and spacious facilities to welcome and take care of more children.

Meanwhile, Mr. Phan Van Hiep suggested that the Party and State leaders pay attention to support air conditioning and electricity costs, so that the children can study better.

The Deputy Prime Minister noted the recommendations and suggestions of teachers, representatives of the center and directed the leaders of Khanh Hoa province to pay attention, help and solve the problems raised.

Receiving comments from the Deputy Prime Minister, Khanh Hoa Provincial Party Secretary Nguyen Hai Ninh said that within the next 10 days, the installation of air conditioning will be completed, in order to solve urgent problems for students. As for the issue of school facilities, the provincial leaders will consider including this content into medium-term public investment in the near future.

On this occasion, Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang gave gifts to the center and students with disabilities studying here.

The Center for Rehabilitation – Education for Children with Disabilities was established in 1999, on the basis of merging the Future School and the local Center for Care and Education of Disabled Children.

Phan Sau (VNA/Vietnam+)

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