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National Disability Prevention Day Focuses on Early Childhood Intervention

Women of China

25th April 2020

National Disability Prevention Day Focuses on Early Childhood Intervention

The campaign of this year's National Disability Prevention Day which falls on August 25, will focus on publicizing knowledge about early childhood intervention, according to the China Disabled Persons' Federation.

To mark the day, diversified activities will be carried out to raise public awareness of disabled

minors' growth and development, rehabilitation and relief systems.

The campaign calls on parents to improve their detection skills and monitor their children's early

development for any abnormalities, with an eye on children's physical growth and psychological development. Children aged 6 and under should also undergo neonatal screening and disability screening.

(Source: people.cn/Translated and edited by Women of China)


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