Our Executive Team
Head of Therapeutic Departments, a board member, and educational/ extra-curricular consultant
Daniah is an educational psychologist and sociologist who has worked in the field of special education for the past 15 years, focusing on children and young adults with intellectual disabilities and their families.
Daniah has been able to introduce and expand many programs that help enrich and enhance the lives of this beautiful and multitalented population.
She is most passionate about Inclusion of this population in society, education, and life to ensure no child/ young adult is left behind.
Daniah prides herself on being an active advocate for this population, and is always trying to find an opportunity to better the world they live in.
BA in Special Education, King Saud University in Riyadh. A member of the Gulf Disability Association. He has been working for more than 25 years in the field of special education, employment of persons with intellectual disabilities & actively participated in developing plans and programs for the rehabilitation and training of persons with intellectual disabilities.
He has attended many training courses, conferences, seminars, and workshops related to management and intellectual disability. He also participated in organizing several lectures, forums, and workshops for families of persons with intellectual disabilities.
Nahla is a psychologist bachelor’s degree graduate, specialized in the special education field. Nahla started her career as a kindergarten teacher for 3 years, in which she participated in developing plans that suits the abilities and ages of children, and a trainer for children with different intellectual disabilities from simple, moderate, and severe disabilities for 7 years. During that time, she participated in developing curriculum, writing reports on children’s progress, and attending meetings with parents to discuss the development of their children.
In 2000, Nahla worked and is still working as a head of the early intervention programs. During this period, she participated in training children from birth to three years, which includes direct interaction with mothers and fathers working together to develop individual goals as well as developing individual family plans.
Lina has 14 years of experience dealing with persons with intellectual disabilities above 18 years of age. During this period, she has attended many training courses. She works on training adults with intellectual disabilities in a protected workshop in Dirat Ajdadi, to produce soap, candles, and handcrafts, in addition to organizing social, and sports activities for them.