Emaar receives a delegation of the parents of children with cochlear implants
At its headquarters in Khan Yunis Governorate, Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation received a delegation of the parents of children with cochlear implants in the Gaza Strip. They were received by the Deputy General Manager of Emaar Mr. Emad Isleem, and the Administrative Assistant, Ms. Halima Al-Salmi, who accompanied them on an introductory tour of Emaar’s centers and facilities before the meeting.
Mr. Esleem welcomed the visiting delegation, providing a brief introduction about Emaar Association, and its most prominent public services; the talk focused more on the Basma Center for Audiology and Speech Therapy, the projects and services the center provides, especially in the field of hearing impairment, and the latest project Emaar is implementing through Basma Center, which includes electronic cochlear implants for a group of children.
In turn, the visiting delegation, through Eng. Mohamed Skaik, expressed his thanks and appreciation to Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation, which he described as the pioneering and distinguished association in serving children with cochlear implants and their families as well, calling for the continuity of the qualitative and important services Emaar provides to this category, which is considered one of the marginalized groups and deserves attention at the highest levels.
Skaik indicated that the final touches are being put in place to launch an official gathering group called “The Gathering Group of the Families of Children With Cochlear Implants in the Gaza Strip”. Noting that the group’s primary role will be to serve children with cochlear implants and their valued parents.
At the end of the meeting, Mr. Esleem confirmed that Emaar was, is, and will continue to be a strong supporter of children with disabilities in general, including hearing disabilities, in several fields such as education (through its affiliated Basma School), in addition to rehabilitation and care through its various centers.
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