Families of children with autism demonstrate against the health worker in Muji
Families of children with autism took to the streets to demonstrate against the initiative of a health worker on Monday (10), in Mogi das Cruzes. According to the protesters, the operator defamed the clinics that provide specialized treatment.
In a memo, Notredame Intermédica said the company is complying with protocols and deadlines set by the National Health Agency (ANS), that all communications have been made and that it remains available to families for questions.
According to Resilience Blue Institute President Dina Batista, atypical families want their children to have independence and be cared for—and continue to provide care—in a clinic they’re already accustomed to.
According to the NGO, around 600 children are being monitored through the scheme and depend on this service for quality of life.
“In practice, they’re building a shed to dump our kids in to cut costs. It’s more of a financial problem than anything else. It’s such an absurd negligence, you can’t even calculate the scale of this setback.”
“A clinic, which is done, is simply done. We don’t know how it would work, if they had experience in caring for people with autism, what it would be like, if it was equal or superior. The law protects us in this sense, but we don’t have certainty.” [a administração da operadora de saúde] They don’t talk, they didn’t send any email, there was no communication, and today, they simply didn’t come to the medical center to talk to us.”
Notredame Intermédica also reported that soon, without giving a specific date, a clinic exclusive to the care of patients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) would open soon and that, in addition to its own network structure, the company still had to keep some limitations. Clinics to help meet needs.
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