During a day of comprehensive care aimed at older adults and people with special abilities, more than 50 disability cards were distributed from the Guaiquerías Basic School to the José Tadeo Monagas municipality in Altagracia de Orituco, Guárico state.
“We are committed to providing assistance to the elderly and people with disabilities who face daily challenges due to their condition,” said Pedro Solorzano, the mayor of the municipality.
Distribution of Disability Card
He stressed that it seeks to improve the quality of life of each of these individuals, and in turn guarantee the resources needed to care for them.
“We will continue to work as a team with dedication and love to respond to our people, following the instructions of the President and Governor Jose Vasquez. Love is repaid with love”, stressed Solorzano.
Comprehensive medical care
During the activity, Conapdis managed to attract and qualify another 11 disabled people who will soon be given their cards and social security vouchers through the Patria system.
Likewise, more than 300 people were treated with various medical services, including: general medicine, vaccinations, prostate antigen sampling, and others.
However, the We Are Venezuela movement provided scanning and test registration services to guarantee social benefits promoted by the national government.
He provided technical support in Orituco
On the other hand, the first authority of the municipality provided various technical assistance requested through the 1×10 system of good government, including a baby walker to a 10-year-old boy, a resident of Tricentennial I Sector.
In this regard, the mayor noted “Here is the revolutionary government, responding through 1 × 10, José Fernández was one of the beneficiaries, our hearts were filled with joy. Let’s keep going, to build the municipality Keep moving forward the love and kindness we all deserve.”
The conference was attended by medical personnel from the Comprehensive Community Health Sector (ASIC) Ricardo Isidro Bernal Ramos, Directorate of Social Development, Directorate of Attention for the Elderly and People with Disabilities, WE Venezuela, Autonomous Institute for Women, – National Institute. Institute of Welfare and Social Assistance for Personnel of the Ministry of Social Service (INAS) and Ministry of Education (IPASME).
Mayor Pedro Solorzano provided technical assistance
Photos: Orituko Press (City Hall)