• Address : State of Kuwait, Hawalli, Cairo Street Area 5, Street No.133, Building No. 900011
  • Time : Sunday to Thursday 8:00 am – 2:00 pm * Friday & Saturday (closed)


Educational services provided for children with disabilities at the Educational Centers seek to increase the cognitive skills of each child and raise their awareness of various aspects, environment and systems surrounding them. They also aim to help a child to reach independence and self-reliance according to his individual capacities. Every child is designated an individual plan that is appropriate for his/her capabilities and child’s achievements are recorded in a follow-up sheet to follow his/her progress. This is ensured by an evaluation of child’s performance and recorded in an educational report sent to parents and then, a preliminary meeting is held involving staff members, a student and his parents, to discuss and provide the required plan and educational guidance to the family.


These units are in effect special schools that render educational and academic services to handicapped children, in addition to therapeutic, psychological and rehabilitation programs, which cater to the mental capacity of each child.


Hawally Governorate

Hawalli, Cairo Street, Area 5, Street No. 133

Telephone : 22616492 – 22631277

Fax : 22616492

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Al-Jahra Governorate

Al Qasr, Area 3, Nasr Bin Sayyar St.

Telephone : 24588305 – 24586733

Fax : 24588310

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Al-Ahmadi Governorate

South Sabahiya, Next to Marah Land

Telephone : 23624768 – 23624748

Fax : 23624794

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Educational Programs Offered in Educational Centers

There are several programs implemented in students’ education:

Unified Educational Curriculum

That is an educational program that comprises (17) academic subjects, out of class activities and rehabilitation activities as following:

Arabic language, Islamic Education, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, English Language, Self Care, Makaton, Library, Information Technology, Agriculture, Art Activities, Physical Education, Music, Home economics, Not based on Subjects Curriculum and Rehabilitation Curriculum.

It is supported by the following programs:


Independence Skills Program

It consists of eight plans that contain sequential developmental behavioral goals according to the student's natural age and fit the student's mental age, type of disability, and its severity.


Makaton Language Communication Program

That is a program that works to develop communication skills and social interaction of students, using signs, symbols and words while increasing the child’s capability to acquire new terminology and use it in everyday life.


Rehabilitation Curriculum

It is a basic part of the Educational Curriculum and comprises various rehabilitation activities such as Arts, Agriculture, Music, Home activities, Sewing and Embroidery, Weaving, Recycling, Carpentry, Printing and Photocopying.


Regulated Education Program

Regulated Education Program (“Teach” Program) is a kind of program that aims to treat and educate children with autism and regulate and organize the educational surroundings and mitigate behavioral problems.


Behavior Modification Program

It is intended to modify behavior and it is a set of treatment programs designed to reduce or eliminate the rate of undesirable behavior.

Admission Policy Of The Society

The Society’s Admission Policy may be summarized as follows:

The Society accepts and admits children with disabilities from all nationalities, backgrounds and degrees of disability, whether single, dual or multiple.

The Society charges no fees in return for the services it renders to children with disabilities.

Parents are obliged to provide daily transportation for their children, as the Society does not provide transportation services for the Educational Centers.