At Swedish Specialized Center for Special Needs, we take great pride in our training methods and development strategies for our staff. From the start of their journey with us, our team members extend their knowledge through our in-house and on-the-job training. We also guide and encourage team members in further external qualifications. Each and every member of our team is capable, confident and well supported in their role.
It feels great to help a family with a child with autism. We help them control continuous behaviors of of their child and teach him to communicate with other people.
It is a very beautiful thing that can make you feel like you are changing the world.
Speech pathology and educational and assistive technology
Educational and assistive technology consultant, Zayed Higher Organization for Humanitarian Care and Special Needs, Abu Dhabi 2009
Inclusive Education Specialist, Wayne State University - 1990-2000
Inclusive Education Specialist, Binghamton University. 1994-1996
Dr. Jill England
Specialized in Autism, Down syndrome and childhood disorders.
Senior consultant of UNESCO.
Dean, faculty of education, the British university in Dubai
World forum representative for early years education
Winner of HH Princess Haya award for best distinguished research 2012
Professor Eman Gaad
It's always wonderful to have a positive effect on someones life. To draw the smile on a childs face, and reflect that on their parents, is what we do here at SSC for special needs, and that is also what I have learned here. Thank you SSC for giving me the chance to become a part of this sweet family.
One thing i like about the Swedish specialized center for special needs is their expertise. The center has a flawless ways of helping children with autism or other special needs and changing the life of a whole family.
In the Swedish Specialized center, I learned the true meaning of "being part of a team", how to Co-operate, and how to be useful to others and to yourself. I'm really proud to be a member of the staff at SSC for special needs.
From the first day working at SSC, I was sure that the secret of the center’s success was; applying the right science and continuously insisting on success. This is how we change the life of a child and his or her family to a better one.
Working at the Swedish specialized center for special needs, we made a lot of progress for all of the cases in the center. Not only have I learned how to treat a child and help him speak, but I've also learned a lot about the children themselves and how they see the world. To me this is truly amazing.
I have learned that nothing is impossible with right intervention, and that nothing is equal the happiness of parents who see the progress of their children. I also learned the right way to approach a child with autism, and how to enter their world and bring them to our world.Truly nothing equals the happiness of parents, when they hear their childs first words.
Good intentions are important, but they are not enough if you don't have a system to put your plans into actions. Here at SSC for special needs, there is a guide for everything concerning each child. One that is always being improved and updated. There is no greater excitement, than starting a session with your child. Even having fun and learning is part of my job.
I am proud to work at a center that respect their employees and clients, and that follow their vision with high dedication. In only one month, I saw a lot of progress with several children from talking to self-regulation.