Awareness & Community Service

Center for Autism Research seeks to raise the community awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder «ASD» and serve it through
educating and guiding the families of individuals’ with ASD. Likewise, we

The community to Autism Spectrum Disorder «ASD» and its symptoms, causes and the different evidence-based treatment options available in the community.
And train families on how to deal with their children through the workshops and lectures to help them cope with the challenges associated with this disorder.
Families and educate the community throughout the country about the available services, methods of diagnosis, intervention and the importance of integration into society.

During Feel Autism Activity -Autism Awareness Day 2014 Event

Feel Autism:

Feel Autism is a special awareness event organized by the CFAR. It is an entertaining and educational experience, in which participants are instructed to perform some basic communicative and interactive tasks, similar to those taught daily to children with ASD; all from the perspective of sensory integration dysfunction. The activities are targeted at families and professionals, in an effort to make them better understand the different ways children with autism may use to communicate with others and the difficulties they face in communicating and interacting. The participants then attend a short and simple presentation, which provides them with clarification on what was experienced as well as the theory and research behind the event.

During Accept and Learn 2016 Event

Accept & Learn:

On April 11th, 2016, Center For Autism Research «CFAR» held the event «Accept him and learn. We will guide you» as one of the activities in the autism awareness month. The purpose of this event is to provide knowledge that is specific to each participant’s concerns and to create a memorable experience for the parents. The event consisted of two aspects: educational and entertaining. «Accept him and learn. We will guide you» is made through utilizing social interest and providing a climate of entertainment to the participant mothers of autistic children. Such climate cultivates the motivation of participant mothers toward acquiring educational knowledge from CFAR specialists.