To counsel beneficiaries with sensory disabilities, Daniela Hedea used a sign language translator. Moreover, sometimes the legal advice and information session takes place remotely via Viber or Messenger platforms.
The House of Culture in Stefan Voda and the Causeni District Library will become more accessible for people with locomotor disabilities from Stefan Voda and Causeni, as well as for those with special needs displaced from Ukraine and settled in these districts.
This is because at the initiative of CDA employees Vasile Norosian and Diana Covalenco Norosian to install access ramps for people with locomotor disabilities in these social objects.
The initiative, which is to be implemented within the framework of CDA – Oxfam Project, was discussed with the mayor of Stefan Voda, and later with representatives of the administration of Causeni.
The necessity to adapt to the needs of people with locomotor disabilities the House of Culture in Stefan Voda and the District Public Library of Causeni has become more evident especially last year, when in these buildings were held many activities for refugees, residents of Stefan Voda and Causeni, in which, due to reduced accessibility, not all could participate.
At the meetings, which were also attended by the CDA-Oxfam project coordinator, Aurelia Bagrin, it was agreed that the technical details for the installation of access ramps will be established shortly.