Leading researchers in Autism, Autistic adults and community organizations will join us this evening to discuss how families and communities can continue to support Autistic individuals in the post-secondary world.
Moderated by Karen Guldberg, Professor in Autism Studies, University of Birmingham and joined by panellists Dr Andrea Macleod, Lecturer in Autism, University of Birmingham, Barbara Sandland, parent and Ms. Haleema Amin from Al-Jalila Foundation Ta’alouf Program.
Al-Jalila Foundation Ta’alouf Program
Ta’alouf means harmony in Arabic and we bring this spirit to life by working in unison with strategic partners, parents, educators and the wider community to empower children of determination (mental disabilities). Instead of being weighed down by their disorders, these children can rise above their disabilities and discover hidden abilities.
Ta’alouf supports the Dubai vision and UAE Strategy to include people of determination in society and education, including enhancing their chances to have a meaningful life.
Al Jalila Foundation has developed two Ta’alouf flagship Training Programs:
- Ta’alouf Parent Training Program (strategies in managing needs and behaviour)
- Ta’alouf Teacher Training Program (implementing inclusion)
Register here to secure your place