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Rehabilitation of children with disabilities and Autism

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Sanabel School for Special Education is the first school in the Gaza Strip aimed at children with disabilities and autistic children from an early age and receives children from most of the Gaza Strip The number of children enrolled in school, more than 160 children from the age of 3 years and up to 14 years and there is a wait of more than a hundred children a list prevented the material conditions difficult for their families to attend school. School students suffer from disabilities that prevent them from obtaining their right to life, education and play just like their peers and most of these disabilities: Decline in mental abilities simple and moderate to severe. Severe autism and simple, medium and autism spectrum, autism syndrome Dual disabilities the child from autism with mental retardation suffer Cerebral palsy and Down Delays in the language and problems with speech and communication and learning difficulties and slow to learn. We offer them rehabilitation and education and health care services. It works with these children more than 30 specialist and worker salaries are very low, where the school in its expenses and staff salaries and wages of the school depends on the revenues collected from children with disabilities fees, which can not be many of them paid for the meeting of poverty and disease they have and their children in dire need of rehabilitation and behavior modification and receive necessary services. We all did to help us to be able to provide the necessary service for these children so as not to be a burden on society and wander in the streets on their faces, especially after the increase in their numbers very much, particularly after the three wars that took place in Gaza.



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