Slavik is of the Tatar nationality. He grew up fighting a disability, and won. Overcoming his disability, he went on to graduate medical college with a specialty in massage therapy. He is employed by the Center for the Retired in the community of Froonza, Crimea. He has a wife and two children. In 2011, he began to treat children for MUCH. His success brought children from surrounding villages for treatment.
After Russia occupied Crimea in 2014, MUCH discontinued the program. We set the example. We believe that Slavik continued to serve the children.