Functional Rehabilitation

1- Executive Summary:

The Functional Rehabilitation Program for Disabled Children is a holistic initiative dedicated to empowering disabled children with the tools, skills, and support needed to overcome challenges and lead fulfilling lives.

2- Program goals:

The goals of a Functional Rehabilitation Program for Disabled Children are designed to enhance the overall well-being, independence, and quality of life of these children.


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3- Key Achievements :

  • Enhanced Academic Performance: The program has witnessed a substantial improvement in academic performance, with 97% of students achieving or exceeding grade-level expectations in their respective subjects.
  • Promotion of Diversity and Inclusion: Our school community has embraced diversity, with 99% of students actively engaging in inclusive practices, such as collaborative learning and peer support, fostering an environment where differences are celebrated.


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4- Challenges:

  • Severe disabled children may have communication difficulties, which can make it challenging to assess their needs and progress accurately.
  • Engaging parents and caregivers in the rehabilitation process can be challenging due to various factors, including work commitments and the emotional toll of caring for a disabled child.
  • Preparing disabled children for transitions, such as moving from early intervention to school or from school to adulthood, requires careful planning and coordination

5- Areas of Growth:

  • Invest in training programs for therapists, educators, and healthcare professionals to enhance their skills in working with disabled children.
  • Provide training and support for parents and caregivers to empower them to actively participate in their child’s rehabilitation journey.
  • Expand access to counselling and psychosocial support services for disabled children and their families to address emotional challenges effectively.