Advice for families of children with disabilities who do not want to wear masks

gave | Tuesday, April 13, 2021 – 13:38 | Last Updated: 13 04 2021 – 13:38 In Düzce, psychologist Eyyüp Can Uğraş stated that the families of children with special needs who do not want to wear a mask should not be threatening, “Children with special needs are more likely to get a virus because their immune system is weaker. Therefore, they must wear a mask. However, if they do not want to wear it,…

"Advice for families of children with disabilities who do not want to wear masks"

Sabancı Group will support the families of healthcare professionals

With the “YarınBizim” project implemented by the Sabancı Group, children and siblings of healthcare professionals preparing for the university entrance exam will be given mentoring and career development support. According to the statement made by the Sabancı Group, the Sabancı Group, which mobilized its technology and innovation power during the epidemic process and stood by its country with grants and donation programs of 32.3 million TL in total, now takes action for the families of…

"Sabancı Group will support the families of healthcare professionals"

Families of children with autism await the arrangement to be released from the Parliament

Çayan, who also has a child with autism, stated to the AA reporter that on April 2, World Autism Awareness Day, events are organized in many parts of the world to raise awareness about autism today and in April, announced by the United Nations. Pointing out the importance of awareness studies in terms of both early diagnosis and acceptance of children with autism by the society, Çayan made the following assessment: “We proceed fairly in…

"Families of children with autism await the arrangement to be released from the Parliament"

Families are worried; It is confused with autism! The reason is…

From infancy, children can give clues about what they want by crying and pointing. The speaking age of babies is not the same in all. Some children speak at the age of 1, some speak earlier, others later. Stating that they expect 10 to 14-month-old children to say words one by one, Istanbul Arel University Head of Child Development Department Prof. Dr. Mazlum Çöpür said, “We can say it is normal even if he does…

"Families are worried; It is confused with autism! The reason is…"