Qatar 2022 World Cup to be autistic-friendly: SC Feb 27, 2017 1 2183 12345 Malek HelaliDohaThe Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) will make special arrangements for autistic people during the 2022 FIFA World Cup to ensure their hassle-free enjoyment of the mega sporting event.Participating in the Annual Autism Outreach and Training Symposium, SC Assistant Secretary-General Nasser al Khater said,"Part of our community engagement programme is to make sure that the World Cup is accessible to everybody, including people with learning disabilities.""We need to make sure that people with autism spectrum disorder having difficulties with loud crowds and sensory stimuli are not deprived of this great experience. So, we are testing sensory rooms that would accommodate these people. We're also in the early stages of planning a national strategy in this regard," Khater said.The Annual Autism Outreach and Training Symposium featured a range of presentations from healthcare professionals focusing on teaching the effective techniques of coping with autistic children and addressing their behavioural and learning difficulties."We invite everybody from the autistic community to this symposium because it serves as a networking platform. It's a way of providing evidence-based information and resources to the teachers and families of autistic children," said Hasna Nada, founder of the Child Development Center (CDC), and the mother of an autistic child.The symposium, which was held on Saturday, was organised by the Child Development Center. Comments Rolland Ware Mar 02, 2017 Fantastic post but I was wanting to know if you could write a litte more on this subject? I'd be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit further. Cheers! POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Qatar plans to set up national nursing college Feb 27, 2017 2 2934 Mall owners demand hike in parking fees Feb 27, 2017 2 1531 US firm wins $1.07 bn contract to build radar system for Qatar Feb 27, 2017 0 1005 Trump to skip White House press dinner, a first in 36 years Washington Donald Trump has ratcheted up his feud with the US media by announcing he will skip the annual White House correspondents' dinner, the first US president to do so in 36 years."I will not be attending the .. Iran's Rouhani to run for second term Tehran Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has decided to run for re-election in May, the vice-president for parliamentary affairs said on Sunday, according to state news agency IRNA."In recent weeks, Mr Rouhani has .. 4 cops wounded in Bahrain bomb attack Dubai Four Bahraini policemen were wounded in a bomb attack on Sunday near the village of Jaw, south of the capital Manama, the interior ministry said."Terrorist blast in police bus near Jua village. 4 policemen injured .. QVC-QAPCO merger by end of the year: Kaabi QNA Doha Qatar Vinyl Company (QVC) will be integrated into Qatar Petrochemical Company (QAPCO) through a service agreement arrangement by the end of the year, Qatar Petroleum (QP) announced on Sunday. The result will be .. Raytheon bags $1.07 bn Qatar contract to build early warning radar system TNN DOHA US-based defence firm Raytheon has been awarded a $1.07 billion contract to build an early warning radar system for Qatar. In a statement, the firm said it will provide an early warning radar system that will be .. Law on breast-milk substitutes in final stage: MoPH official Doha A draft law to regulate breast-milk substitutes has been finalised and will be handed over to the cabinet soon for approval, a top Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) official has said. MoPH Manager of Health Promotion ..