PAHO/WHO, Special Olympics Aim To Increase Access To Health Care For People With Intellectual Disabilities

PAHO/WHO: PAHO/WHO and Special Olympics agree to improve health access for people with intellectual disabilities
“The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and Special Olympics [on Tuesday] signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at increasing access to quality health care for people with intellectual disabilities. Under the agreement, the organizations will collaborate to train health workers, educate policymakers, create partnerships, disseminate information, and mobilize some 365,000 athletes and partners in the Special Olympics movement in Latin America…” (11/28).

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