A special education support centre for children with disabilities was inaugurated on July 10 in Da Lat city, the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.
Equipped with a large number of modern devices imported from abroad, the centre will provide health care and rehabilitation services for disabled kids from September this year.
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It will also serve the training of teachers from special education establishments in the province.
The centre was built with financial assistance from a development cooperation project jointly conducted by the provincial Department of Education and Training in conjunction with the Korean National University of Education, the Korean Association Special Education of the Republic of Korea.
The project, which has been implemented from the end of 2012 with a budget of 20 billion VND, aims to help improve professional qualification in special education for teachers and increase the rate of school attendance of disabled children in the province.