No child is left behind in the community.
Alia Primary School
Alia Primary School’s Early Intervention Program is designed to support children with physical, behavioral or emotional needs such as those that have autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and cystic fibrosis. Apart from an academic curriculum, the program focuses on critical language skills, functional activities, socialization and initiation and generalization of learned skills. Their 3:1 teacher to student ratio gives students the special care they need to learn and demonstrate skills in a natural setting.
Location: Building 5, Rd. 1015, Block 611, Al Hamriyah
The Children’s Academy provides children with mild to moderate learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, speech and language delay and low levels of concentration with an educational program based on the British National Curriculum. It provides individualized education in a caring environment full of academic and therapeutic support.
Location: Wali AlAhd Hwy, Hamala
Bahrain Institute for Special Education (BISE)
BISE is a non-profit facility catering to children with learning difficulties and special needs such as dyslexia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as well as those with a range of emotional and physical needs.
The services they offer to the community start from evaluating and diagnosing a special needs individual to educating and offering consultancy sessions to family members. Their main goal is the inclusion of children with special needs into mainstream educational programs.
Location: Avenue 28, Al Suwaifiyah
With a bilingual curriculum, RIA institute caters to all students of younger ages, including those with special emotional, intellectual and physical needs. They work closely with students’ families, involving them in the process to build the best educational path suitable for each child. Apart from a brain gym and music and movement classes, RIA has a vast curriculum of math and social, environment and computer studies.