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VALUABLE GIFT PRESENTED TO CHILDRENS REHABILITATION CENTER OGONYOK

Delegation of Imperial Energy headed by the Director (Operations) OVL , Mr. Sh. Bhattacharya visited Center for social support to families and children “Ogonyok” on March 25. The objective of the visit was to present a gift that was needed – a state-of-the-art TV set for installation in the room meant for physical therapeutic treatments for children with autistic disorder. Starting from 2013, Imperial group has been actively supporting this Center by means of purchasing the equipment required for education of challenged children.

S. Voinova, Director of “Ogonyok” Center said “Autistic children are highly sensitive to all external factors of their environment, be it sound or touch. It is difficult for such children to lie down quietly during massage. Putting a TV in the massage room is a solution for them, distracting and grabbing their attention with the help of colorful cartoons. We are extremely grateful to Imperial Energy for this wonderful gift, which will surely make a difference for our small ones!” she said in response, when receiving the box with a “silver screen”.

In his turn Mr. Sh. Bhattacharya, OVL Director Operations, expressed most warm-hearted wishes of fast recovery to the patients of the Center. He also wished the coaches and medical staff success in their honorable work.

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Ogonyok is the only establishment in our town providing full scope of social services for families with difficult life situations and families upbringing disabled children. Every day more than 60 children attend classes here, one third of them are kids with disabilities and suffering from severe ailments: ICP, autistic disturbances. Social educators, phychologists, medics work with children on a daily basis, doing their best to improve children’s physical and spiritual condition, help them to learn to interact with other children and take care of themselves in their daily lives.

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