The Episcopal/Anglican church organizes training for teachers of “Special needs” for “utism children”
The Al-Manara Center for Special abilities of the Episcopal Church in Egypt hosted today (Saturday) training for teachers of special needs in its headquarters in Menouf city in Monoufiya governorate
The training was provided by Sarah wage special Education Expert, who is a qualified teacher for dealing with autism-infected children Sensation, imitation, greater motion, precise motion, eye collaboration, cognitive skills, verbal and self-care that the training will continue throughout the week
The Al-Manara Center for special needs is part of the Province of Alexandria for the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt and North Africa, was established in 2003 to support disabled people and provide them with rehabilitation and education services after the Church noted the lack of such services in Menouf.
It is worth mentioning that Alexandria region for the Episcopal Church is the 41st region of this The Church around the world, with 10 countries in Egypt and North Africa under its presidency, is headed by Canterbury Archbishop and is affiliated with the Union of Anglican Churches in the World
In Egypt, the Episcopal Church was served in 1815 and the first Episcopal Church was founded in Alexandria in 1839 when it was awarded “Mohamed Ali Pasha” and to Egypt. A plot of land in Alexandria’s Manchia Square for the St. Episcopal Church.