Azza Chouaiky

Kouraytem - Mosque, Beirut, Lebanon

Video visit fees:  1100000 LBP
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  • Care philosophy
    “We have a responsibility to ensure that every individual has the opportunity to receive a high-quality education, from prekindergarten to elementary and secondary, to special education, to technical and higher education, and beyond.”
  • Education
    - Research Masters in ‘Orthopedagogie’ (Special Education), Saint Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon, Emphasis: Visual Impairment, 2010
    - Teaching Diploma Saint Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon, Emphasis: ‘Orthopedagogie’, 2005
    - Bachelor of Arts, Saint Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon, Special Education – ‘Orthopedagogie’, 2004
    - Certificate of English Proficiency, Georgetown University, U.S.A. 2004
  • Board certification
    - Internship at Al-Hady Institution for Visual and Hearing Handicap.
    - Internship in participation level III at club of “Social Movement” for illiterate youth at risk.
    - Internship in participation level II at “Friends in Need Institution for the Deaf”. - Internship in participation level I, at “SESOBEL”. Worked with autistic children aged between 8 & 10 years.
  • Services
    - Parenthood consultant and guide
    - Early identification and evaluation of disabilities in children
    - Consultancy & guidance services,
    - Parent guidance and training
    - Teachers and schools trainings
  • Achievement & Recognition
    - Animation for refugee kids during the war, in collaboration with the Red Cross and the Scout.
    - First Aid Courses (Supervised by the Red Cross).
    - Statistic survey with CRDP on Economic-Social situation of students in public elementary schools.
    - Chief scout with children aged between 8 and 12 in the “Scout Du Liban”.
    - Head of a publication committee responsible for the creation of an Arabic kit for kids and for the publication of books related to the learning difficulties.
  • Languages
    Arabic, English, French
  • Additional Info
    - Head of Learning Support Department in an inclusive school: for the special educators, speech therapists, psychomotor therapists (workshops, evaluations, assessments, meetings, IEP …)
    - Teaching junior learners, a course entitled introduction to special education

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