Vocational Training:

The ultimate goal of the Center is to integrate children into Mainstream life. Here training is provided to those children who have the right aptitude for skills specific to a particular trade or industry.


Self Defence

In Self Defence we encourage the kids to follow the Martial art of Taekwondo.

Taekwondo is a Korean martial art, similar to karate, with an emphasis on kicking techniques. One of the main benefits of taekwondo is improving a child’s strength and balance. Taekwondo teaches breathing and meditation techniques to assist in learning focus. As children dedicate themselves to a goal in taekwondo, they gain confidence as they observe their own progress and increasing mastery. This self-confidence can then be carried over into other areas of your child’s life.  A study published in “Psychology in the Schools” in 2008 showed that martial arts participation reduced aggression in boys.



Incorporating technology increases students’ motivation to learn and personalizes lessons to a student’s individual needs. Even the students with the most severe and profound disabilities can use assistive technology to join a classroom of typical students, and their potential can be reached in ways we didn’t have before.


Religious Studies

Research has shown that the Quran works closely with how the brain functions. Each of the sura from the Holy Quran has the potential to unlock certain values in a human being.  The more you repeat, the more ‘refined’ your skills will be. Such skills also include better reflexes between the eyes and hands, increase capability in Quantum Memories which is locked inside the human brain.



Parents, educators and medical professionals are recognizing the benefits of yoga for young people with special needs.

  • It Enhances Physical Flexibility.
  • It Refines Balance and Coordination
  •  It Develops Focus and Concentration.
  • It Boosts Self-Esteem and Confidence
  •  It Strengthens the Mind-Body Connection


Arts and crafts

Arts and crafts provide needed stimulation. These children will continue to need much sensory stimulation, probably for their entire lives, and certainly until their adult years.

  • Many children find a voice in arts and crafts, their own voice, with which to interact with others and enjoy the world. The more they are immersed in arts, crafts,  the natural world, the more they will learn and  find appropriate ways to soothe themselves
  • In many instances, depending on the particular condition of the child, the sensory input provided by artistic endeavors can support physical condition and development, as well as emotional, mental, and social.


Physical Education

  • Children suffering from cognitive disabilities are most likely going to suffer from physical impairments as well. These children have substantial problems with motor skills in areas such as hopping, skipping, and jumping. Involvement in sports can help these individuals develop fundamental motor and physical fitness skills.
  • Developing a sense of self-esteem and confidence is an extremely important part of special education. These children need to be involved in environments where they feel that they are contributing successfully to a group. Their abilities in all other skill areas will improve as a result of a positive self-image and confidence.
  • The hands-on aspect of sports leads to cognitive skill improvement in children with disabilities and allows them to discover and access strengths that cannot be challenged in the traditional classroom setting.