Kinderombudsman wants more understanding for the problems of Q-fever in children
Kinderombudsman Margrite Kalverboer going to see how the problems of children with Q fever in the spotlight can bring, so there is more understanding and more cooperation in the approach.
She said that Thursday against the ANP, after they in Den Bosch, behind closed doors, had spoken with seven patients between eleven and eighteen years of age.
“It was very impressive. They are not only tired, but suffer from migraine, feel nauseous, and are often overstimulated, which looks a little like ADHD. On top of that comes that they have an unclear perspective: they may or may not go to school, they can be a training, how do they get a job and what can they tell an employer?”, according to Kalverboer.
According to her, some young people, the future so bleak, that they are depressed. They encounter is often with incomprehension.