Representatives of the municipal government of Totana, including the mayor, Juan José Canovas, was recently met with regional officials of FEAPS (now called "full inclusion Murcia") in order to coordinate actions of joint cooperation in this municipality.
The meeting was also attended by First Deputy Mayor, Andres Garcia and Council of Social Welfare and Dependence, Javier Baths, and Seniors, Antonia Camacho.
This meeting was held as part of making a first institutional contact between the two entities;
and considering that the local association of parents with intellectual disabilities in Totana (PADISITO) is attached to the federation.
"Full inclusion Murcia" is the federation of associations of families of people with intellectual disabilities;
It is declared of public utility and non-profit, and represents the family movement "full inclusion" in the Autonomous Region of Murcia.
Currently, comprising the Federation 3,000 families organized in 25 entities that manage 33 centers.
Institutions working in around 500 professionals and more than 300 volunteers collaborate.
Murcia full inclusion form, together with 16 other regional federations and those of Ceuta and Melilla in the Full Confederation inclusion.
This movement brings together more than 235,000 families in nearly 900 associations throughout Spain.
It is open to the public that defends the rights of people with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their families associations.
Totana three weeks ago and he developed a collaborative initiative contributing to the dissemination and presentation of the new corporate gear, igniting the facade of the town hall in the Plaza of the Constitution.
At the ceremony he brought together a group of families and friends of the local association of full inclusion, PADISITO, who were joined by members of the Municipal Corporation.
Totana, near the towns of Eagles, Caravaca de la Cruz, Cartagena, Mazarrón and Murcia, joined this initiative of public advocacy in the Region of Murcia.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana