Abinader inaugurates Domingo Ortiz Vizcaino Special Education Center

President Luis Abinader inaugurated this Tuesday several works in this province, among them, the Domingo Ortiz Vizcaíno Special Education Center, with capacity for about 200 children, which will provide psychomotor skills, psycho-pedagogical support and occupational therapy, and will also have a deaf-blindness unit, among others.

President Abinader described it as a special work and said that six others are also being built in important municipalities. “Our objective is to have a special education center in at least every municipality in the country.

He also said that these centers will be improved, adapting them to the needs of parents and children and stressed the importance of the accompaniment of parents in this process, to achieve the best results for these students.

Meanwhile, the Vice Minister of Education, Francisco D’ Oleo, added that this center will have school transportation suitable for the special needs of children and adolescents.

It will provide 22 classrooms to the educational system and will also have a court, dining room and administrative areas. The investment is DR 125,260,895.67.


The President was accompanied by José Ignacio Paliza, Administrative Minister of the Presidency; Ángel de la Cruz, director of the Presidential Commission for Provincial Development; Martina Pepén, Governor; Carlos Bonilla, Minister of Housing, and Virgilio Sedano, senator.

Also present were Rafael Barón (Cholitín), mayor; Francisco Villegas and Francisco Solimán, deputies; Rafael Uribe, president of the Basketball Association; Karina Aristy, president of the Liberal Reformist Party (PLR), as well as club directors and local authorities.

Source: Presidencia.gob.do

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