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SCHS RELEASES THE 362 ISSUE OF AL MANAL E-MAGAZINE

Sep 6, 2021

The 362 issue of Al Manal E-Magazine for September 2021, which is part of Sharjah City for Humanitarian Services (SCHS) publications, released.  The publication aims at educating the Arab family, providing it with information, theoretical, and applied knowledge as well as training programs and raising their health awareness.  Her Highness Sheikha Jameela bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, Director General of SCHS, is the Editor-in-Chief of Al Manal Magazine.

In “Research & Studies” section, Bashar Shammas has prepared an article on evidence-based practices in physical therapy. Wael Allam wrote a summary of a research on mutual care experiences among adults with intellectual disabilities who are caring for an elderly family member. We read an article written by Khaled Al-Mahraj on the methods of multi-sensory education for people with dyslexia.

In “Culture and Literature” section, Hamza Amayreh prepared an article on Calisthenics sport. Mona Suleiman prepared a summary of the book (The Royal Phase). We also read a brief overview of (The Flash Story). Mr. Hashem Kateh translated this article for Al-Manal.

In Assistive Technologies section, the Media Center for Persons with Disabilities prepared an article about the smart shoes that may replace the white cane.

In “Social Issues” section, Dr. Rawhi Abdat wrote about psychological and social disabilities. Fadi Muhammad Al-Dahdouh wrote an article about love as a gateway to the moral system in raising children. Fattouh Shaaban Ali wrote about the end lymphatic sac in the inner ear.

The “Opinion” section includes many issues. Osama Madbouly prepared an article on the optimal use of electronic devices and games, the development of artificial intelligence translation and the future of translation. Mr. Hashem Kateh translated this article. We also read about the series "Khali Balak Min Zizi". Muhammad Al-Nabulsi described the dramatic guide to dealing with learning disabilities disorders in his article.

In this issue, we also look at a group of topics written by Hazem Dahi Shehadeh about (Exit), the first virtual theatrical show of its kind in light of COVID 19. The survey program did not stop and continued electronically at the city’s Early Intervention Center and about the most important events witnessed in the Summer Center 2021 organized by the city with the participation of persons with disabilities, their brothers and their non-disabled friends. This initiative is the first of its kind within the center. In its previous sessions, the Summer Center was limited to persons with disabilities and their siblings.



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