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Exhibition of guide dogs in Plaza Juan XXIII (26/09/2013)

Driven by ONCE occasion of the Festival of Carthaginians and Romans, this show has had, among others, with the presence of the council and Celebrations Social Care who have witnessed theoretical and practical class on how to educate these poodles so special

The Plaza Juan XXIII has had this afternoon with some special guests: guide dogs ONCE.

This exhibition, framed within the festive programming Carthaginians and Romans, has been driven by the direction of Cartagena ONCE in order to bring these parties to the collective of disabled people in general.

This demonstration was attended by councilors Social Care, Antonio Calderon, and Celebrations, Florentina Garcia, the territorial delegate ONCE, Juan Carlos Morejon, and director in Cartagena, German Moya. Violante also attended Thomas, president Special Commission on Disability Regional Assembly and Gemma Leon, managing director of ONCE Guide Dog Foundation.

After the theoretical explanation of the importance for the visually impaired have these guide dogs, it has become a practical class with which it has been shown, both children and adults, how to work in the education of these animals. Moreover, Antonio Calderon and Violante Thomas have been in the shoes of a blind person, because after putting on a mask, have been guided by their poodles.

ONCE, like other associations as ASTUS, ASID, APANDA or he PICES are very present this holiday season.

And, along with the display of this afternoon, the social entity has undertaken other activities such as plays in order to publicize s us rehabilitative services and culture.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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