Child Early Intervention Medical Center launches the 4th Autism Around the World Conference and Exhibition 2013
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, January 23 - 2013 at 11:35
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Under the Patronage of H.H Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nihyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research of the United Arab Emirates, Child Early Intervention Medical Center, in collaboration with Dubai Healthcare City and the UAE Ministry of Health launched the 4th Autism Around the World Conference and Exhibition 2013 to be held from February 6-9,2013 at Zayed University, Dubai UAE.
The main focus of this year's speakers will be to discuss the essential for successful inclusive schooling, communication and social skills building. Our program this year is comprehensive with many hands on workshops being provided in English and in Arabic to give the parent, professional, teacher, or caregiver- the necessary skills to implement new strategies at home, at schools, and in the natural environment.
"Our speakers this year are highly qualified and experienced the field and would help many professionals to learn new techniques to implement with children through our workshop program which will start on February 6, 2013. Child Early Intervention Medical Center was established in 2008 and our Applied Behavioural Analysis program had helped many children to be included in mainstream schools and nurseries, some children are included without the need of a learning support.
"This year, it's a great opportunity for professionals from the middle east and the USA to meet and discuss the Best Practices In The Diagnosis and Evaluation of Autism Spectrum Disorders, The K.E.Y.S To A Well Managed Classroom,Enhancing Communication Skills for Children with Autism, Using Augmented Communication Devices and I-pads for communication, Social Difficulties and other behavioural issues that form a challenge for parents and educators. We are also focusing on the Options and Opportunities for training in ABA and how to develop the ABA Career in UAE that would encourage more local talents to become experts in this highly demanded field."said Dr. Hibah Shata the Managing Director of Child Early Intervention Medical Center and Head of Organizing Committee.
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