Dysphasia and Verbal Language Disorders
Dysphasia is a severe language difficulties.
difﬁculties in making arithmetical calculations
difficulties in recognition, understanding and reproduction of written symbols.
difficulty in activities requiring coordination and movement.
Hyperactivity and Attention Deﬁcit Disorder
difﬁculties in retaining and remembering information.
Difficulty in learning to read or interpret words, letters, and other symbols, but that do not affect general intelligence.
THE ROAD TO PEACE IS THROUGH THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN
I am really convinced that the road to peace goes through the education of children and the opportunity to give every child the right to achieve his full potential. It is by accepting our own difficulties and those of others, by giving everyone the chance to deal the best way they can, with these difficulties, thanks to sustainable education, that we give our children the tools they need to help them navigate through life with clarity… The power doesn’t lie in the flawlessness or in the absence of difficulties, but in a clear and generous gaze focused on ourselves and the others.
Anne Marie Hajji Touma
Joumana Bassil Chelala
Balkis El Assaad Sadek
Juliana Traboulsi Eid
Nina Abi Fadel
Centre Marianne Klees
“Sodeco 1” Street, 3rd Floor – Sodeco
Tel: +961 (1) 611 281
Fax: +961 (1) 397 413
Ibrahim Medawar street,
Khoukaz & Bonja building, 1st floor
Tél/fax : +961 (1) 380 111
“Damm W Farz” Street,
Obeid Building, 1st floor
Tel/fax +961 (6) 423 430
“Shou Bene Mama?”(What’s Wrong with me Mother?) is an awareness play including sketches on four specific learning disabilities.
CLES has translated to Arabic, two Language academic publications about specific learning difficulties and they are: “This Child doesn’t Learn to Read Like Other Children… Though he is Intelligent) by Marianne Klees & Arlette Bourgeuil, and a comic book “Dyslexia, where is the difference?” by Marianne Klees & Helene Grammaticos.
Production of Television Messages about 4 Specific Learning Difficulties
Starting in 2002, CLES has been organizing free annual training sessions for hundreds of teachers from public and private schools. These training sessions cover different themes related to speciﬁc learning difﬁculties and are given by a Belgian-Lebanese multidisciplinary team specialized in the study of specific learning disabilities. The main goal of the training sessions is to enable teachers to detect specific learning disabilities among students and direct them to institutions that can provide adequate assistance.