Svetlana Mijatović was born in 1989 in Kragujevac, She has a Master’s degree in Defectology, and is currently studying for her doctorate in Special Education. She has spent more than 12 years studying and working in the field of special education. And now, she works in School of Special Education in Kragujevac.
She is a member of the Society of Defectologists of Serbia, a regular member of the Association for Cognitive Neurorehabilitation, and a member of Oli Integrative Method team for journal and scientific research.
The professional courses she has participated in include: Sensory Integration Therapy, Psychotherapy, and Marte Meo Practitioner.
Dr. Biljana Vuletic, MD-PhD, is a Full time Professor of Pediatrics at the Faculty of Medical Scineces University of Kragujevac, and she is the Chief of the Department of Gastroenterology, Pediatric Clinic in Kragujevac. She is a member of the Menagment of Pedaitric School of Serbia and a full ESPGHAN member, and also a member of Helicobacter Pylori Working Group and Speecial Interest Group of Coeliac disease.
Dr. Vuletic recived her medical degree from the Medical Faculty, University of Belgrade. She started her residency in Pediatrics at the Children’ Hospital, University of Belgrade, and in the hospital, she received training in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Nutrition, Pediatric Endoscopy and Pediatric Ultrasonography. She finished two Courses with Practice in Sheffield Children’ Hospital (UK): BSPGHAN/ESPGHAN Paediatric Therapeutic Endoscopy Course, and Paediatric Ileocolonoscopy Course.
Dr. Vuletic has been accepted by OMI fondation, Austria, for Observership program at the Medical University of Graz, and Univesitats Kinderklinik LKH Graz.
Accademically, Dr. Vuletic’s reasearch mainly focuses on the Rotavirus. Her main clinical interests include chronic bowel failure, IBD, celiac disease and clinical nutrition.
Dr. Vuletc has a total of 168 publications, including articles published or co-authored in peer-reviewed journals, as well as chapters in national monographs and textbooks published in Serbia.
Danijela Krunic, Master Degree – defectology speech therapist, with her professional work, initiated the opening of speech therapy practice in the Development Counseling Center of the Health Center in Kragujevac, as the first speech therapist in this health care institution. With her presence in this medical branch, new professional spaces have been created for the successful long-term development of the service in the field of health care for preschool children, as well as the creation of three more speech-language posts in this service.
Practising speech therapy for more than 20 years, she has gained extensive experience in monitoring the development, prevention, diagnosis and therapy of speech and language disorders of children from birth to school, including children with special needs.
In her work, Danijela Krunic applies the latest therapeutic methods and strategies for improving work, using the literature of eminent experts from Europe, America and Russia. It deals with counselling parents and professionals, promoting awareness of various speech, language, social and mental disorders and creating conditions for inclusion of children with special needs in the community. He is an outstanding expert in the field of pediatric speech therapy, who is constantly working on improving her skills by following innovative ideas.
Confirmation of her experience and quality of speech pathology practice is about 2,200 treatments and examinations per year, with evident results at a high professional level.
Her personal motto: “We grow healthy because children are the greatest wealth.”
Dr. Ya Xian Liu is a child psychiatrist. She currently works in the Child Rehabilitation Department of Wuhan Mental Health Center. She has been engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of special children for more than ten years. She specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of common mental illnesses in children and adolescents, such as attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, Autism spectrum disorder, Asperger’s syndrome, tic disorder, and adolescent affective disorder.
Donna Wang is a Bachelor of Engineering, Master of Pedagogy, and Doctor of Psychology (Developmental Psychology). She has many years of work experience in the field of child development assessment, early education curriculum design, and STEAM education.