Panama America News:
More centers will be constructed Ann Sullivan
28 | 09 | 2012
The president, Ricardo Martinelli, said the Panamanian government will allocate more resources so they can build more schools in the future Ann Sullivan (Caspan)
The Caspan on Avenida Balboa, started operating in June and initial enrollment was 35 children, who receive specialized treatment.
The president's words came during the fifth annual meeting of the organization Autism Speaks, in yesterday, in which one of the speakers was the First Lady, Marta Linares de Martinelli.
At the meeting, Linares de Martinelli emphasized the importance of awareness to everyone about this disease that affects so many children and young people worldwide.
Autism Speaks is the largest organization of defense against autism, which supports research into the disease and conducts awareness and dissemination activities aimed at families, governments and the general public.
The meeting was held within the framework of the 67th General Assembly of the United Nations Organization (UN), held in New York, United States, and took other first ladies, health ministers, leaders and experts in the field autism from around the world.