Representatives of the DPR Human Rights Ombudsman Office conducted a follow-up inspection of the educational process and living conditions in the Makeevka Special General Education Boarding School No.36 attended by 119 children with cognitive development disorder.
Representatives of the Human Rights Ombudsman noted the improvements made since the previous visit. Last summer, refurbishment was made in the “rainbow” room, which serves as an assembly hall for representatives of a student self-government called “The Rainbow Republic”.
As part of the visit, representatives of the Ombudsman Office met the leading staff of the institution. They discussed living conditions, medical treatment, education, cultural and disciplinary measures. The leading staff was recommended to consider fixing beds with malformed armour-clad grid.
Education and living environment for children in the Makeevka Special Boarding School No.36 received a positive assessment from the staff of DPR Ombudsman Office.
DPR Ombudsman Daria Morozova expressed gratitude to the administration and staff of the facility for faithful implementation of their duties.