Caracas, Dec 3 (Prensa Latina) The work of Cuban speech therapist Hanoy González in caring for children with autism spectrum disorders is an example of the professionalism and human quality of the staff of the Cuban Medical Mission in Venezuela.
The consultation of the Cuban doctor at the Salvador Allende Integral Health Center, in Caracas, transmits hope to the parents of Venezuelan children mostly between four and six years old who come in search of specialized help to deal with this complex suffering.
“I have never seen so many patients with these characteristics, which forces us to do much more to achieve positive results,” the specialist, who has more than 20 years of experience, told Prensa Latina.
“When we receive cases of this type, we immediately apply a treatment aimed at developing cognitive activity in order to achieve progressive self-validation, accompanied by physiotherapy sessions,” González stated, who valued his experience of almost three years in Venezuela as “extraordinary” and “enriching”.
Young patients with disorders in psychomotor development were able to acquire their own skills in this area In the rehabilitation room of the Integral Health Center thanks to the constant efforts of Dr. Hanoy.
“For those children we work with our hearts, far from our family,” said González, who is one of the over 21,000 Cubans deployed throughout the 23 Venezuelan states and the Capital District, in order to bring free and quality health to the people.
Patients and relatives profess their constant gratitude to the doctor and his team, confirming their professionalism in the comprehensive care of infants, as well as in the preparation of the family environment to facilitate skills that allow living with this condition and handling possible aggressive behaviors.