The Minister of Family and Equal Opportunities, Violante Thomas, along with the Mayor of Totana, Juan José Canovas, visited day centers for people with disabilities 'José Moya', for people with mental illness 'Princess Letizia' and seniors as well as the residence for the elderly 'La Purisima' and recalled that the regional government allocated 1.8 million euros for attention to these groups and women victims of violence in the city.
Violante Thomas said that "our priority is attention to the most vulnerable people" and specified that "services are provided to 234 people with disabilities and 618,000 euros for child development centers, the day center for people with intellectual disabilities are intended, which has expanded into three more seats to reach 32, and the day center for people with chronic mental illness. "
During his visit to Totana, the minister signed with the mayor a cooperation agreement, amounting to 97,610 euros, to provide the early intervention services to children up to 6 years.
A service that is critical to the further development of the child with developmental disorders and is offered in nursery schools, special schools and homes.
It is an agile, that after the consensus diagnosis of the child, the child derives the appropriate department to begin treatment.
Similarly, to meet the elderly family 239,400 euros funded the center city day.
In addition, the minister recently signed with the city council enlargement in 10 places of care for the elderly in residence 'La Purisima'.
In total, 887,000 euros Imas intended to hold 69 seats in the center.
As for attention to women victims of domestic violence, the CAVI of Totana has more than 56,000 euros and offers psychological, social and legal cover.
This year has provided more than 800 attentions to a total of 48 women.