People with disabilities often have limited access to public services, employment, advocacy, and job opportunities. To address this, children with disabilities need guidance and support at various stages of their lives and as early as possible. Families with disabled children may find it difficult to care for them due to inadequate information and lack of social assistance. This has a negative impact on the family as a whole, as it affects how well the family functions. Each child attends a screening and evaluation by a multidisciplinary team of doctors, speech therapists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, clinical psychologists and special educators. Therapeutic interventions are provided depending on the child’s condition and disabilities. The CDC is also designed to provide training and psychological assistance to parents of children with disabilities.