The mission of the Bahrain Society for Children with Behavioral & Communication Difficulties is to promote lifelong access and opportunity for all individuals with behavioral and communication difficulties, and their families, to be fully participating, included members of their community. Education, advocacy at all levels, active public awareness and the promotion of research form the cornerstones of the society’s efforts to carry forth its mission. The membership includes a diverse group of parents, family members, special education teachers, administrators, medical doctors, therapists, nurses and aides, as well as countless other personnel involved in the education, care, treatment and support of individuals with Behavioral and communication difficulties . Recognizing and respecting the diverse range of opinions, needs and desires of this group, the society embraces an overall philosophy which chooses to empower individuals with Behavioral, Communication and related problems, their parents or care-givers, to make choices best suited to the needs of the person with the difficulty. At the very core of the parent choice philosophy is the belief that no single program or treatment will benefit all individuals with Behavioral and communication difficulties. Furthermore, the recommendation of what is "best" or "most effective" for a person with such difficulties should be determined by those people directly involved, the individual with behavioral and communication difficulty, to the extent possible, and the parents or family members. Providing information and education to help in decision-making are more highly regarded at the society than is advocating for one particular theory or philosophy.


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Our Organization provides multiple services to the Bahraini community in general, and to autistic children and their families in particular, and the services include the following: Raise awareness of autism Raise awareness of the importance of accepting others (despite differences) Raise awareness of the importance of early intervention Providing psychological support services for families with autistic children Parent support groups Establishing and managing early intervention centers Establishing and managing vocational rehabilitation centers Providing family counseling services Providing early intervention services Providing diagnostic and evaluation services for children and adolescents with behavior and communication difficulties Providing services for community integration and life rehabilitation for young people with difficulties Providing on-the-job training and employment services for young people with behavioral difficulties Providing services for school integration Support and provide services for agricultural workshops, handicrafts, artistic activities, music education and physical education Providing workshops and training for specialists and teachers to train a generation capable of helping and educating people of determination Providing speech therapy sessions, behavioral therapy, occupational therapy and sensory development