Special needs

In the field of special needs the most important aspect is the health and medical needs of our children. Therefore, each branch must have speech therapy specialist, physical therapy specialist, pediatricians and many other specializations upon the needs of our children. Our first consideration is always for the well-being of our children. Immediately after we welcome a child s\he must go through a full medical examination and scans to be able to determine the exact condition of the child and provide the right medical assistant based on his\her medical condition. Then we enlist all this information in his\her private profile. Each child is unique in his\ her own way, so they vary in their special needs, such as hearing and visual impairments, motor and intellectual disability, dyslexic, behavioral and psychological disorders, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, language impairments, autism, and multi-disabilities.
We make sure to provide the latest assistive technologies for example, mobility aids, such as wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, canes, crutches, prosthetic devices, and orthotic devices. Hearing aids and Cognitive aids, including computer or electrical assistive devices, to help our children with memory, attention, or other challenges in their thinking skills. Physical modifications in the built environment, including ramps, grab bars, and wider doorways to enable access to the building and moving independently.
In addition we have resident nurse assistants to attend to our children. The clinic staff is responsible for giving the children their medications as prescribed and keep all blood tests, MRI, scans and prescription medications in her\ his medical records. They also track the expiration date of medicines. They are responsible for booking medical appointments, surgeries, tests, and electroencephalogram as per the condition of each child.