New Year fairy tale in the NCSAC

On December 24, a real New Year’s fairy tale happened in the National Centre for the Social Adaptation of Children! In anticipation of the magical New Year, a festive performance was held for children with special needs and their parents.
Fairy-tale characters from Madagascar, an elegant Christmas tree, musical and dance numbers gave everyone a lot of vivid and unforgettable impressions. Children enjoyed singing and dancing with their beloved heroes, as well as reciting poems to
Santa Claus. Each child received gifts and a lot of joyful emotions.

The organization of the event was attended by employees of the National Centre for the Social Adaptation of Children (NCSAC) and artists of the Theater of Young Spectators.
NCSAC was founded by Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva in 2004 to assist children with disabilities in the field of diagnosis, orthopedic and neurological treatment. Children with such diagnoses as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, ZPR get help here. Highly qualified specialists work with children, developing an individual development program for each child. All services at the Center are provided free of charge.