Having commenced its activities in Qatar in the year 2005, HOPE Qatar has become a pioneer in providing Help, Opportunity, Participation and Education to children with special needs.
HOPE Qatar is a private, non-profit training center that provides meaningful and affordable training in a caring atmosphere that focus on bringing out the best in each child.
The dedicated team at HOPE Qatar believes that each child comes with their unique potentials. It is up to us to give them the opportunity to rise and shine so that they are nurtured into valuable members of the community they live in.
The developments and changes that we notice in each child studying under our care is our indicator of success of our approach and our programs.
Through the pages on this website, it is our endeavour to provide you more information about our activities and to enlist your support so that collectively we can do more for these children.
HOPE’s methodology is pretty simple and straightforward. We strongly believe that one solution does not fit all and therefore our approach is unique a different, specifically tailored to meet the specific requirements of each child under our care. Our focus is on the outcome of our efforts on each child. Broadly grouped, the methodology which primarily focuses on functional academics can be described as:
Systematic evaluation of each child
Preparation of Individual Education Plans
Delivery through a combination of special education and Montessori techniques.
Combination of classroom studies and practical training aimed at real life experiences.
Maximum class size of 6-7 students in each class to ensure personal attention of the teacher at all times
Regular interaction with parents
Targets the enhancement of abilities of the children in order to overcome their weaknesses.
HOPE Qatar Center currently accepts only children with mild to moderate intellectual challenges, with manageable behavioral problems.
A systematic and regular evaluation process enables the monitoring of the progress of each child at individual levels and at group levels. Constant feedback by teachers and the team ensure that the parents are updated regularly about the progress of their children and further programs are developed on an ongoing basis in consultation with them and the special educators. This ensures that the development of the child becomes a collective responsibility and that the training continues beyond the classrooms on an ongoing basis.