Visiting museums and sights will help servicemen not only restore their physical form, but also their emotional state.
Activists of the project of the federal party “United Russia Women’s Movement” launched a new rehabilitation format for SVO participants. For those soldiers who are being treated after being wounded and can already leave the hospital, excursions will be made to museums, galleries and other cultural institutions.
“Many servicemen who are being treated in hospitals in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Rostov-on-Don are in these cities for the first time. There are guys from literally the whole country, – said Deputy Secretary of the General Council of United Russia, co-chairman of the public council of the project of the federal party Women’s Movement of United Russia, Senator of the LPR Daria Lantratova. – At the final stage of treatment, they can already leave medical institutions for a while. In order to organize the free time of our defenders, cheer them up and help them recover faster, the activists of the Women’s Movement of United Russia decided to present cultural objects to children. This format will contribute to the speedy recovery of the health of our fighters. Some go on excursions with their wives, it is a family cultural event”.
The politician noted that on such excursions, the military is accompanied by activists from the United Russia Women’s Movement, who have completed nursing courses organized by the party project and help care for NWO members in hospitals.
In Moscow, for military personnel undergoing rehabilitation at Branch No. 2 of the National Research Medical Center for High Medical Technologies named after AA Vishnevsky, he went on an excursion to the State Museum of Fine Arts named after AS Pushkin. They knew the main exhibitions of him.
At all stages of the tour, the military was assisted by escorts, special attention was paid to those who are not yet able to walk on their own and move in a wheelchair. They also made sure that everything needed was on the way, including water and medical supplies.
TRETYAKOVKA, HISTORICAL MUSEUM, VDNH…
“The President instructed the Defenders of the Homeland Foundation to think about new forms of rehabilitation for combatants in the special military operations zone. And we hope that the project of the “United Russia Women’s Movement”, which we are doing together with the Ministry of Defense, will become another effective way of restoration for all participants in the NWO, – explained the deputy of the State Duma Ekaterina Stenyakina. -It is scientifically proven that the patient recovers much faster if she looks at a beautiful landscape, a monument of architecture or another work of art. We discussed the implementation of this direction with doctors from military hospitals, who are engaged in restoring the health of our soldiers every day, and we received support from the Ministry of Defense. It will help the military to not only restore their physical shape, but also their emotional state.”
According to the State Duma deputy, 9 hospitals and sanatoriums of the Russian Ministry of Defense, as well as 10 cultural institutions: the Tretyakov Gallery, the State Historical Museum, VDNKh and others have joined the work today. The Government of Moscow collaborates in the organization of tourist tours of the capital.
“Our first trip showed how much in demand this form of rehabilitation was for the NWO participants. In addition, many girls of the “United Russia Women’s Movement” from other regions join the initiative in those cities where there are medical institutions of the Ministry of Defense, where our defenders are treated,” added Ekaterina Stenyakina.
In the near future, the project of the “United Russia Women’s Movement” party plans to organize the same excursions for military personnel being treated in hospitals in St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-Don. In addition, for the participants of the special operation, they will organize the opportunity to attend sports competitions, in particular football matches, the Russian Football Federation has already supported such an initiative.