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Happy Children’s Day!

We wish all children around the world a sincere and warm HAPPY CHILDREN'S DAY today, June 1. Also today, we warmly announce the start of the Helen Keller International Day, an event so dear to us, a month dedicated to raising awareness of deafblindness under the slogan Together again!

We thank the 14 partner schools that, so far, have gladly sent us their plans to celebrate a prominent figure in the field of deafblindness, Helen Keller.

Together again!

During the whole month of June, approximately 500 children with deafblindness and sensory deficiencies from Arad, Bucharest, Buzau, Cluj Napoca, Focșani, Galați, Iași, Oradea, Sibiu, Târgu Frumos and Timișoara, together with over 150 teachers and parents, will perform various activities to mark this special moment in the world of deafblindness: creative workshops in sculpture, painting and drawing, sensory games, theater, pantomime and dance, culinary art, gardening, community awareness activities, nature trips, museum visits, therapy with horses etc.

Our desire is to give children and young people with deafblindness the chance to be noticed not only because of their uniqueness, but especially because with support, any child, young person and adult with deafblindness can show what they can do and how can get involved.

Our partners

Arad, Sfânta Maria Special High School; Arad, School Center for Inclusive Education; Bucharest, Special Gymnasium School for the Visually Impaired; Bucharest, Sfânta Maria Special Vocational School for the Deaf; Bucharest, Special Technological High School no. 3; Buzau, Special Technological High School for Children with Hearing Impairments; Buzau, Special High School for Visually Impaired Children; Cluj Napoca, Special High School for the Visually Impaired; Focșani, Elena Doamna School Center for Inclusive Education; Galați, Paul Popescu Neveanu Special Vocational School, structure of the Emil Gârleanu Special Vocational School; Iasi, Vasile Pavelcu Special Technological High School; Oradea, Cristal Inclusive Education School Center; Sibiu, School Center for Inclusive Education No. 2; Târgu Frumos, Moldova Special High School; Timișoara, Constantin Pufan School Center for Inclusive Education.

Photo source: Hannah Busing on Unsplash