FIRST-EVER CLEFT BABY GUIDELINES UNDERWAY

Plovdiv, Bulgaria – 4 September, 2013 – Up to 40% of parents of babies born with cleft lip/ palate in Bulgaria are told to place their child in institutions, through lack of understanding of the straightforward care (such as simple feeding techniques) required during the first months of life. Today, however, marks a triumphant milestone for these children and their families; representatives from several countries including Bulgaria are meeting in Vienna, Austria to produce the first-ever set of EU-wide guidelines for the early care of babies born with the condition.

Charity Xmas Bazaar for ALA in the University of Economics – Varna

Charity Xmas Bazaar for ALA in the University of Economics – Varna

The Charity Xmas Bazaar took place on the 12.12.2012 in the University of Economics in Varna. It was organized by Kremena Myankova, Evgenya Penovcska and Valentina Sabeva and supported by the UE Student Council and Management. The collected funds (1243 lv.) will be used for ALA’s new projects in 2013. “The Bazaar was very successful…

EUROCleftNet Research Conference

Completing the circle: shared opportunities to address the challenges of orofacial clefts EUROCleftNet is holding its first research conference in Plovdiv, Bulgaria from 25 – 27 September. Plovdiv 2013 will showcase current research into aetiology, prevention and improved treatment outcomes. For full details and registration visit the conference website (http://eurocleftnet2013.cim.bg) This conference, supported by the…

Speech Therapy Camp for Specific Aspects of the Treatment of Children with facial Anomalies

Speech Therapy Camp for Specific Aspects of the Treatment of Children with facial Anomalies

Association ALA organized and implemented the second Speech Therapy Camp for Specific Aspects of Treatment of Children with Facial Anomalies in Park-Hotel “Sankt Pererburg” – Plovdiv between 05-07.07.2013. The Camp was aiming at identifying speech therapists from all over the country who could take advantage of the possibility to become part of ALA’s Speech Therapy…