The parents advocating for children living with disabilities in society are awaiting a meeting with Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit before it can officially open its newly completed respite centre.
The centre costing some 1.2 million dollars located in Portsmouth was constructed to house and care for children with disabilities while their parents are at work.
President of the Board of PASIS Ainsworth Irish says the organization is currently awaiting a subvention from government.
President of the Board of PASIS Ainsworth Irish
There are in excess of 400 children living with disabilities in Dominica.
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