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Children under the age of two should be screened twice more frequently in September to detect early developmental abnormalities. However, the ongoing administrative burden is at the expense of the family.
The guardians are overwhelmed by the new tasksThe Alphabet reports that the early childhood program, which aims to detect developmental abnormalities as soon as possible, has begun, requiring more frequent examination of children under the age of two. The goal is undoubtedly good, but there is nowhere to take the screened children for development, and there is an Irish burden on the womens. Even more paperwork, ongoing administration, because the IT backlog is not working. And the extra burden of spending time away from family fun is that the unique money-age early childhood program is that parents and health workers have the most time they have to see if they have problems. This means, first and foremost, that you have to appear twice as often in the status exam as before. The program said that a new IT system (EVIR) was added, but it did not work. But the system still works on paper, which puts a lot of burden on the protagonists. The Alphabet gave birth to the Takácsné Nagy Бgnest, who has been working as a guardian for 40 years. Х said he was increasingly feeling that he hadn't been doing the job he had chosen for the time being. . More people are involved in cervical cancer.Bgnes describes the current situation: "The filtration system has changed; To do this, we now need to be screened at 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 24, and 30 months later, and every year until you start school. then in the meantime. "In practice, it looks like there is a huge amount of administration for such exams, which for the time being is due to a lack of IT system on a paper sheet. In status exams, parents have to fill in a question, if the parent doesn't understand something, the victim has to help, as the parent described it, it must also indicate. From the completed questionnaire, one is given to the parent, one to the defective, and one to be entered in the system. they fell into one of the status exams and had vaccination obligations. In the morning, three-quarters of eight o'clock in the evening, I made their papers, "he told the Abbey.Csordbs Бgnes, the president of MAVE told the Abbot, the IT system would greatly ease the work of both parents and guardians. The original idea was that parents would be able to fill in requests through the gate, and that would automatically appear in the guardian system.Another guardian, Tуth Tnmea, who works in Verpel, said that not only does a lot of paperwork solve the problem, but he also has to accept with parents why they need to bring their children much more frequently. Because of the manual filling of the requests, the advisory is taking longer, and they are not even light on the order. They can also avoid day-to-day spending by taking time away from family visits, which would be very important, as it would be possible to see the child in his or her own environment. still eliminates the problem, by the time the parent gets to the early developer. However, filtering did not require the use of an IT interface.