List of National Resources - Bahrain

Bahrain Society for Children with Behavior and Communication DifficultiesThe mission of the Bahrain Society for Children with Behavior and Communication Difficulties is to promote lifelong access and opportunity for all people with behavior and communication difficulties, and their families based on education, advocacy at all levels. , active public awareness and promotion of research. They offer services of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), The Miller Method: A systems approach to cognitive development for children on the autism spectrum and the TEACCH approach is widely known nationally and internationally. TEACCH is a service, training and research program
PO Box37304 Bahrain
Phone: (9731) 773-0960
Fax: (97311) 773-7227
REACHREACH offers a wide range of direct and consultative services for children with developmental delays and their families. Programs are focused on fostering your child's independence in areas including communication, social skills, behavior, cognitive functioning and life skills. They serve children with a variety of learning needs, including autism, ADHD, developmental delays and more.
Omnia CenterThe diagnostic and rehabilitation center provides a program provided by professionals and specialists in the field to obtain the best results in order to diagnose autism at an early age. Services include ABA, academic rehabilitation, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, art therapy and IQ testing.
RIFE USAThe clinic provides ABA therapy, which is the most evidence-based practice in the treatment of autism and other disabilities, occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy for children and adults, learning support and WRAP services that help the child become part of the community.
Bahraini Association for Intellectual Disability and AutismThe Bahraini Society for Mental Disability and Autism was established in 1992 by a group of people interested in this field. The most important objectives of the Society were to provide rehabilitation, education, training and recreation services for this category of children with special needs and to work to provide family counseling to the families of these children and to alleviate their daily suffering.
Al Wafa Center for autistic childrenPO Box.No: 26599 , Manama , Baréin
+973 - 17623302 +973 - 17484110
Children's Academy BahrainThe academy provides individualized education that offers high levels of academic and retapeutic support. It has specialized comprehensive therapy services such as speech and language therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy as well as the support of a behavioral therapist.
Gulf Autism UnionIt is a non-profit educational, educational, educational and professional organization in the Gulf that deals with the issues of children with Autism in the Arabian Gulf.
TeachBahrainAt the learning center, tutors understand that learning difficulties are complex and go beyond stereotypical perceptions of the disorder as simple reading difficulties or inverted letters. They vary considerably, both in terms of the functions they affect and the severity of the impact experienced. Appropriate accommodations depend on the individual's strengths as well as the specific difficulties.
Ria InstituteRIA caters to the needs of mainstream students as well as students with special educational needs, and offers a year-round educational and respite ""mini"" service. RIA teaches in both English and Arabic.
Taimeral Speech & Autism CenterRd No 1018- 1516- 915، Riffa 915, Bahrain
P: 97338868840
Think Behavior and Development Center for ChildrenVilla 74 Avenue 21 Block 525 Saar, Behind Bodyline، 21, Saar, Bahrain
P: 97338383760

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