World Bulletin / News Desk
In Berane, Montenegro, 13 children with special needs who attend the Living Center are to benefit from a new sensory room courtesy of the Turkish International Cooperation and Development Agency.
The room is equipped with special objects, lights and music and is designed to help those with communication problems.
The 30,000 euro project was financed by the Turkish International Cooperation and Development Agency and the agency's coordinator for Montenegro, Mustafa Yazici, said that this project aims to "make life easier for the parents of those children."
Living Center Director Maja Dakic thanked the agency for the donation saying that it will be helpful to the children.
Bedrija Lucevic, one of the parents whose child spends every day in the center, expressed her gratitude for the donation and said "working with children with special needs is difficult not just for the family but for public institutions as well."
At the opening one of the children from the center, Dijana Bajraktarevic handed a letter of thanks to Jazici for the donation.Last Mod: 16 Nisan 2014, 11:44