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  • Writer's pictureElizabeth Santoso

Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in the Era of On-Demand Health Services

In the era of on-demand health services, the inclusion of children with disabilities is an important agenda to pay attention to. Technology and on-demand health services are opening the door to providing more equitable and affordable care for children with special needs.


One key aspect of inclusion is accessibility. On-demand health services can be tailored to be accessible to children with disabilities, addressing physical and cognitive barriers. Disability-friendly apps and platforms help children and their families more easily interact with the service.


Apart from that, inclusion also includes the development of on-demand health programs that are holistic, taking into account the physical and mental needs of children with disabilities. This includes offering mental health services, physical care, and psychosocial support appropriate to the child's condition and development.


Collaboration between health professionals, technology developers, and families of people with disabilities is key to achieving inclusion. Involving families in designing and implementing services can ensure that care truly meets the needs and expectations of children and their families.


With the inclusion of children with disabilities in on-demand health services, we can create a care environment that is more equitable, empathetic and compliant with human rights principles. By keeping these needs in mind, we can ensure that every child, regardless of health condition, gets the health care they need.

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