URA will propose a law that will "provide numerous reliefs" to families and parents of children with autism

"We must systematically solve such issues and show our citizens that the state exists for them and works for them," said the vice-president of GP URA

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Milena Vuković, Photo: URA
Milena Vuković, Photo: URA
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Milena Vuković, vice-president of the URA Civic Movement, said that children and people with developmental disabilities, especially children with autism, as well as their families, are "in a difficult position due to insufficient support from the system."

"In order to facilitate the functioning of families and parents of children with autism, the Civic Movement URA will soon propose the Law on Parents/Caregivers, which will define their status and provide them with numerous reliefs," announced Vuković on the occasion of April 2, the World Day of People with Autism.

She pointed out that in this way the problem of those families will not be solved completely, but that it will show that the state cares for them and that the system will be subordinated to parents and children who need support.

"We must systematically solve such issues and show our citizens that the state exists for them and works for them," said Vuković.

She called on all associations that deal with these topics to help in the preparation of that law, so that the legal solution is comprehensive and provides the best possible support to parents who take care of children with developmental disabilities.

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