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Tirana – 20 July 2020 – In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new initiative called the “Teletherapy” project is making waves in the field of therapy services. Physical distancing measures have posed significant challenges to the delivery of therapy services, impacting the lives of 15 patients who rely on therapies such as physical therapy and speech therapy at the ‘Dite e Re’ day care center.
With institutions emphasizing the importance of physical distancing to curb the spread of the virus, the ‘Dite e Re’ center recognized the need for an innovative solution. These patients, who have been undergoing treatment for extended periods, face a potential setback in their physical and mental development if therapy services are interrupted.
Teletherapy emerges as a secure alternative for both patients and their parents. Through online communications, including video calls and image sharing, children and parents can stay in touch with their therapists, ensuring continuity in their treatment.
The project primarily serves a group from vulnerable families who have limited access to alternative clinics and therapies. Challenging economic and social conditions, coupled with lockdown measures, have heightened the importance of maintaining a focus on therapy. By implementing this system, parents are held accountable for adhering to therapy instructions, thereby ensuring that their children’s progress remains on the right track.
The “Teletherapy” project commenced in mid-July and has been met with considerable success. Mothers, in particular, have gained confidence in their ability to actively participate in therapy sessions with their children at home.
Crucially, this project receives support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Albania. As it continues to thrive, the “Teletherapy” initiative exemplifies the resilience and adaptability of communities in the face of unprecedented challenges posed by the pandemic, providing a lifeline for those who need it most.
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