Charity program to help autistic children with dental problems

The program aims to ease these special children's toothache and help them adapt to society.

Orange Dental for Kids announced on June 20 that every month all of its clinics in Shanghai will provide free dental services for autistic children for half a day.

Orange Dental for Kids said it is hard for autistic kids with teeth problems to express their true feelings, so the charity program tries to ease their toothache and help them adapt to society.

 According to Co-founder Yun Xiaofei, professionals at the clinics will also learn to communicate with the kids to relieve their anxiety, saying it will be a long-term program to help autistic children.

Ti Gong

The launch ceremony of the charity program 

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