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Knight rider



Joined: 29 Sep 2005
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2005 4:24 pm    Post subject: Teaching Deaf people or people with learning disabilities Reply with quote

HI Union, Thanks for the IM, I am eagerly awaiting your reply.


On another note, I was thinking to take some Makaton training or extra qualifications to work with people who have learinng disabilites. Is there much desire for EFL tutors for people with learning disabilities or the deaf. Idea

Also, on another note. I do not have children, although, I am a carer of my disabled brother who is 34 years old and autistic. I would like to know how they view carers in KSA and would they be OK with that and if so, do they have any special support. Question

I look forward to hearing from you, sorry for all the questions

Ahmed
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2005 10:18 pm    Post subject: Deaf children Reply with quote

Knight Rider

I can't help you regarding the care of disabled children or adults in Saudi, as I was never involved with the local commumity. I worked for a petrochemical company, about 400km north of Jeddah, which had its own purpose built township, for the workforce and their families.

However, I did do a charity bike ride in Cuba in support of deaf children and I visited a school for the deaf in Havana, but I'm afraid Cuba is a very poor country and your only reward there would be in spirit with very little cash to support yourself.

UJ
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