• Work on the early detection of Autism and the determination of correct diagnosis.
• Use specialized programs relevant to the abilities of every child.
• Follow specialized individual plans that help provide the best and most unique services.
• Establish strategies that help society accept children with Autism.
• Work on the adjustment of the behaviors of the students and follow up on their psychological matters as well as that of their parents.
• Integrate children who show potential capabilities into mainstream schools and work on the development
of such capabilities.
• Develop professional/artisanal work in conformity with the abilities and the needs of the child.
• Develop the team capacities periodically in order to stay abreast of all new specialized programs on Autism.
• Recruit students from different universities to carry out trainings, volunteering and internships at the center.
• Offer comprehensive evaluation and free diagnoses for children upon application to OWS.
• Offer academic follow-up and skills development including Early Intervention classes and rehabilitation classes
• Raise awareness and offer guidance and training on related matters to parents.
• Design individual and academic plans specific
to every child.
• Conduct continuous evaluation for every child and follow up on his or her development.
• Provide social and psychological follow-up to the students and their parents.
• Conduct individual therapy sessions during the academic year (speech therapy, psychomotor therapy, etc).