Egypt

List of National Resources - Egypt

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Egyptian Association for the Advancement of Persons with Disabilities and Autism (Al-Takadum Association)It is an association of parents that aims to help create a culture of care for people with disabilities and autism and their needs. His area of work not only covers people with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities, language delays, mild cerebral palsy, behavioral disorders and learning difficulties. The association has all the programs that work on the improvement and development of their skills and awareness in dealing with their disability and with life in which they are present in their family and community.
34 Al-Nadi Al-Gadeed St.
New Maadi, Cairo 11435
Egypt
Phone: 202-519-3721
Fax: 202-520-3110
Email: helali@lrcegypt.com
Learning Resource Center (LRC)LRC provides diagnostic and consultative services to children of all ages who have a wide range of learning disabilities, developmental disorders and/or behavioral problems. It also provides evaluations, consultations, specialized therapies and training in services for schools, teachers and parents.
Building 9, Road 278, New Maadi, Cairo 11434, Egypt
202-25163965
info@lrcegypt.org
Ch.I.L.D. (Childhood Intervention and Language Development Consultancy Services)Provides speech therapy, autism therapy, feeding problems, speech problems, inclusion, special needs and more through training and consultation using Applied Behavior Analysis.
The Egyptian Autistic Society7 Naguib Mahfouz St.
New Nirco, Maadi
Cairo, Egypt
Phone: 202-25216960
Fax: 202-519-7055
The ADVANCE Society34 Al-Nadi Al-Gadeed St. New Maadi, Cairo 11435 Egypt
Egypt
P: 2025193721
F: 2025203110

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