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PBC shares its experience on Autism at Al-Najah University

On 7 April 2016, the Princess Basma Center participated at a conference organized by Al-Najah Child Institute (part of Al-Najah University) under the title: “Autism Spectrum Disorder, Evidence Based Practices in Palestine”. The conference aimed at raising awareness among practitioners and experts in the field on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The organizers of the conference invited the Princess Basma Center ... Read More »

A meeting with a high profile delegation from the Republic of Malta

The Jerusalem Princess Basma Centre, represented by the General Director Mr. Ibrahim Faltas, and The Honourable Angelo Farrugia, Speaker of the House of Representatives – Parliament of Malta, and Mr. Reuben Gauci- Representative of the Republic of Malta, met at the Malta Representative Office in Ramallah on 30 March 2016 to discuss cooperation on the issue of Autism. The Honourable Angelo ... Read More »

The Jerusalem Princess Basma Center celebrates the opening of the newly renovated Princess Basma Kindergarten

Jerusalem, 16 March 2016 Under the patronage of his beatitude the Archbishop Suheil Dawani, and the Minister for Jerusalem Affairs, Mr. Adnan Al-Husseini, Sheikh Azzam Al Khatib General Manager Administration of Islamic Affairs and Al-Aqsa Mosque and a Representative from the Jordanian Embassy the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center celebrated the opening of the newly renovated Princess Basma Kindergarten. The renovation ... Read More »

When there is a will, there is a way

Yousef Azzem, three years old, a child born to a family living in Sabastia village near Nablus, West Bank. Yousef’s mother Futoun was pregnant with a triplet, two girls and a boy. At the time, she was finishing her B.A degree. Futoun had many difficulties during her pregnancy such as high blood pressure and extreme fatigue. On her early 8th ... Read More »

Princess Basma Center Newsletter – Dec. 2015

Dear Friends and Partners, We are pleased to publish our 2nd edition of Newsletter (December 2015). We would like to thank you all for the support during this present year and we look forward to our continuous partnership. We also would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year. Click here to open the Newsletter. Read More »

Princess Basma Rehabilitation Centre becomes the first Palestinian Rehabilitation Centre to receive the certification of the Joint Commission International (JCI)

Princess Basma Rehabilitation Centre (PBC) in Jerusalem became the first Palestinian National Rehabilitation Centre to receive the certification from the Joint Commission International (JCI). Princess Basma Centre reached a new milestone in its accomplishments by receiving accreditation from the JCI in December 2015 for Ambulatory Care. The accreditation certifies that Princess Basma Centre provides a high quality standard of service ... Read More »

Under the patronage of Archbishop Suheil Dawani Princess Basma Centre celebrates the inauguration of the newly renovated Child Rehabilitation Department Funded by the Islamic Development Bank

Jerusalem- Under the patronage of Archbishop Suheil Dawani, Princess Basma Centre for Children with Disabilities inaugurated the recently renovated Child Rehabilitation Department at the Center.  This department provides quality and comprehensive services to children and their mothers within a holistic inclusive approach. The renovated Department provides different therapeutic services such as Occupational therapy, Physiotherapy, Music therapy, Speech therapy, Recreational/Psychosocial therapy, ... Read More »

Princess Basma Centre celebrates the International Day for Persons with Disabilities

Princess Basma Centre celebrated the International Day for Persons with Disabilities with a variety of activities that marked that day. The Centre has participated in the exhibition of “Assistant Technology for Persons with Disabilities” organized by UNRWA, were the Centre presented the technological devices used in the rehabilitation of children with disabilities namely technological equipment used in the sensory room ... Read More »

Adam’s recovery from Brain Atrophy

Adam Al Masri, 2 years Old from ‘Ebwin – Ramallah. When he was 2 months young, and while the family was attending a wedding for a relative, the mother noticed that Adam didn’t react to all the noise in the surrounding, which was not normal for his age.  After consulting with his pediatrician and undergoing many tests, he was diagnosed ... Read More »

The story of Majd

Majd Khadour: 3 year old boy from Beddu – Ramallah, has delayed developmental milestones and ASD behavior. At 9 months, he used to speak few words and behaved according to his age; all of a sudden he stopped talking, stopped communicating with his family and started behaving with temper all the time. His family couldn’t communicate with him, which started ... Read More »