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December 09, 2017

Spearheaded by the Director Dr. Mowfaq M.A. Mustafa and Asst. Director Hala Ghasan, about 45 members of the Future Rehabilitation Centre attended the part 2 of the First Aid  Workshop  on the 9th of December 2017 at the Centre’s multipurpose hall.  Mr. Hasan Ali Al Hosaini, a Certified First Aid Instructor from the Ministry of Interior volunteered his day-off to conduct the said four-hour interactive training workshop.

Mr. Hasan began the training with a review of Part 1 lessons that were taught in May 2017. Since the training was in Arabic, Hala translated into English for the general English-speaking participants.

Mr. Hasan began the training with a review of Part 1 lessons that were taught in May 2017. Since the training was in Arabic, Hala translated into English for the general English-speaking participants.


Evacuation Drill:  The rule is to go to a safe place away from the building  with the distance of at least 1 1/2 the size of the building.

A token of appreciation was presented to Mr. Hassan by Dr. Mustafa and Hala.


May 04, 2017

Under the Patronage of our Beloved Honorary President, H.E. Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan,  our recently concluded musical concert on the 4th of May 2017  entitled “Future Dreams” has been more than a spectacular show.  It became a demonstration of team spirit and collaborative commitment as well as an expression of hope that up to now people still talk about. The students successfully demonstrated to those who watched that they are indeed worthy to be referred to not as individuals with disabilities but PEOPLE OF DETERMINATION.


November 19, 2016

Under the Patronage of H.E. Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak al Nahayan, Minister of the Ministry of Culture and Knowledge Development and Honorary President of the Future Rehabilitation Centre, we organized two days of  training and learning events on the 19th and 20th of November 2016.  There were closed to three hundred participants from around the UAE who attended the first day of symposium entitled “Empowering Teachers, Therapists and Parents”. The symposium opened with a speech by   H.E.Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan which was followed by the awarding to the Centre’s its 3rd round CLM Accreditation from the Tucci Learning Solutions, USA.

Following the accreditation ceremony,  from H. E. Sheikh Nahayan nine of our students received their Certificates of Completion of the New Horizons course from the Award Scheme Development and Accreditation Network (ASDAN). The symposium then proceeded with the series of lessons taught by multi-disciplinary and international speakers.  The more than three hundred attendees heard current researches, international practices and methods to achieve best outcomes for students with disabilities. The key note speaker, Dr Karen Guldberg, Director of the Autism Centre at Birmingham University presented topics on meeting the needs of the individual pupil from observation, to assessment and designing the learning programme.  She also presented topics such as Learning and Development: Curriculum and Access to Learning, Good practices in Education for students with autism and Adapting the Environment, Communicative and Sensory adaptations.   The three other specialists who presented equally significant topics were Dr. Elaine Killowry a Psychologist from Ireland, Ms. Kirsten Schwabel, a seasoned Special Educator from the USA and Ms. Jennifer Sylvan, an Occupational Therapist also from the USA.

The second day of the event on 20th November was held at the Future Rehabilitation Centre in Mohammed bin Zayed City.  Dr. Guldberg did classroom observations and later devoted the afternoon to presenting additional topics to the staff members of the centre.  There were parents who also took time out from their busy schedules for a more engaging discussion with Dr. Guldberg.  Each of the parents had the opportunity to ask questions and was given tips and suggestions to address their respective concerns.


March 3, 2016

The Future Centre had its Annual Sports Fest on March 3, 2016.  The students were divided into two teams, the Red and Blue teams.  The Senior Section competed in games at the Multi-purpose hall while the younger students took turns at different fun activities at the school playground.


November 26 - 30, 2015

The staff and students celebrated the UAE’s 44thNational Day on two days, 26th and 30th of November 2015.  The programme included a tribute parade to the Martyrs of UAE by some of the male students, games about the UAE, songs, dances and dramatization that were all to pay homage to UAE.


April 29, 2015

The Future Centre joined the world in celebrating the International Month of Autism. The Future Centre building was lit with blue lights at night. The younger students were treated to a day of fun-filled activities on April 29.


March 26, 2015

In collaboration with the AbilitiesMe Conference and Exhibition, the Future Centre held its second edition of Skills Challenge 2015 on March 26, 2015, the third day of AbilitiesMe at the Abu Dhabi Exhibition Centre. At least 100 students participated in the nine vocational skill area competitions, such as word processing, powerpoint, photography, henna design, embroidery, flower arrangement, painting and jewellery making. Winners were awarded with medals.

There were 12 centres from around the UAE that participated, namely: Al Noor Center – Abu Dhabi, Al Noor Training Centre For Children with Special Needs – Dubai, Dubai Centre for Special Needs, Emirates Autism Centre, Rashid Centre for Disability – Dubai, Sharjah City for Humanitarian Services – Sharjah, Sharjah City for Humanitarian Services/ Khorfacan, Special Care Centre, Zayed Higher Organization (ZHO) – Abu Dhabi, Zayed Higher Organization – Al Ain Center, Zayed Higher Organization (ZHO)—Al Qua’a Centre for Special Needs People and the Future Centre.


March 19, 2015

In celebration of the 2015 World’s Down Syndrome Day, the Clinic Department organized a day of fun and play activities for the students with Down Syndrome entitled “Rock Your Sock” on March 19, 2015 at the Future Centre’s premises. The therapists began the celebration with a parade around the centre and treated the students with various group and individual games.