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Academic Stream

In respect to students who show potential for academic skills development, Future Rehabilitation Centre provides them with relevant opportunities in this area.  They are taught in either English or Arabic or both.  The content and level of difficulty of lessons change as the students mature and show progress.  To date, there are close to a hundred students who have been have been integrated in various mainstream schools in government and private schools in the UAE and in their home countries.


We follow different curricular programs to match the needs of the students.

ASDAN Programmes

Future Rehabilitation Centre over the course of its operation has invested on the procurement of curricular programmes from either here or abroad.

It is the goal of the centre to provide appropriate and effective programmes to each and every student.  The management team…

Curricular Programs

The primary classes follow the Teaching Talking programme which uses a system of screening, detailed profiling and intervention for children from nursery to primary years.

Teaching Talking is a comprehensive programme that covers the development of functional key skills such as…

Competent Learner Model

The Competent Learner Model is a teaching program combining the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Precision Teaching, and Direct Instruction. The program is designed to meet the individual needs of naive learners with a variety of learning differences and helps the learner to develop repertoires that are the core of all learning.

Placement of Students

English and Arabic are the medium of instruction.  Placement of a student in either English or Arabic classes is dependent of the preference of parents and need of the student.  Of the 22 classes, 18 are taught in English and 4 in Arabic.

The first factor for placement is the preferred medium of Instruction

The second factor for placement is age

The third and equally important factor is the students’ learning requirements

All classes follow skill-based and individualized program structures.  They are provided with student-centered opportunities for training in Activities of Daily Living (ADL), academic training, pre-vocational training, social skills development and training in visual arts, music as well as in various crafts.  The content and method of teaching match their age and level of potential and performance.

The more academically inclined students are provided with learning opportunities in Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science and IT.   Some students who have moderate to severe mental disabilities are given more training to increase their self-help and independence skills. As students grow older, the IEP team will determine the succeeding programs to follow, keeping in mind the quality of progress that the students have achieved.