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World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “How to improve the life of children with developmental delays and disabilities?” – below is their description.
In Argentina, the World Health Organization and partner PANAACEA are supporting caregivers of children with developmental delays and disabilities through the Caregiver Skills Training programme. Karina and her son Gabriel, 7, share how the programme has impacted their lives for the better.
PANAACEA stands for Programa Argentino para Niños, Adolescentes y Adultos con Condiciones del Espectro Autista.World Health Organization (WHO) YouTube Channel
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