by Nagilya Shepeleva, courtesy Eura-Asia Division news

For a long time, the communities of Almaty have been working with families in which children with disabilities are raised. The ministry is aimed at participating in their needs, so that not only children, but also parents can feel the warmth of hearts and support in their difficult lot. On a monthly basis, a hairdresser is invited to the central community to do haircuts for parents and children. During the holidays, spiritual programs are held, communication with parents over a cup of tea and developmental classes with children under the careful guidance of teachers and youth.

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