Nov 26, 2012
The Emirates Park Zoo will be celebrating UAE National Day by granting free admission to people with disabilities. Read Article UAE zoo celebrates National Day with the disabled
Sep 07, 2012
Sharjah Transport introduced only one cab but more will come, depending on demand from passengers. Read Article Taxi for special needs passengers launched in Sharjah
Aug 30, 2012
Maimed in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, a heroic group of athletes have a new battle to fight - winning gold at the London Paralympics. Read Article The Paralympic athletes moving from battlefield to sports field
Jul 07, 2012
Dr Lina Owies runs Senses Care Home for Disabled Children in Dubai, a non-profit centre offering 24-hour residential care to 90 children with special needs. Read Article Money&Me: Rewarding work that needs constant support
Jun 16, 2012
Dubai facility aims to help children with disabilities integrate into mainstream education. Read Article Centre creates options for parents of autistic children
May 31, 2012
As the regulations stand, schools that score good marks can apply for a bigger fee increase if they offer special-needs support. Read Article Special-needs education 'even further out of reach'
May 22, 2012
Summit hears use of social networks could greatly improve lives. Read Article Disabled 'could learn from Arab Spring'
Apr 05, 2012
The company founder Benedicte Moubarak is helping to preserve Lebanon's culture and architectural heritage – and meeting a vital social need. Read Article Beirut's 2B Design turns discarded building parts into fabulous furnishings
Mar 06, 2012
The Palestinian photographer Lily Bandak talks about her refusal to be beaten by illness and her exhibition opening in the capital this week.
Read Article Lily Bandak exhibition flies the flag for achievement by the disabled
Feb 28, 2012
The lack of special needs-equipped schools was criticised in a report by the Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau yesterday. Read Article Cerebral palsy child shows how to achieve
Inspectors say most Indian and Pakistani schools do not identify and support pupils' differences. Read Article Schools 'not catering for special needs'
Feb 25, 2012
A group of Emiratis with special needs will double as tour guides tomorrow on a Big Bus Tour. Read Article Tour guides refuse to let disabilities isolate them
Feb 15, 2012
Construction of a school for autistic children in Bani Yas is to be completed next year. Read Article Architecture shapes way special-needs pupils learn
Brian Grazer is producing a film on the football star Pele. Life of Pelé to be immortalised on film
The Louvre Abu Dhabi will open its doors to visitors in 2015, but one of the most crucial phases of construction is well under way. Louvre Abu Dhabi is a modern marvel in the making
More of our look at the behind-the-scenes ups and downs at the Cannes Film Festival. Secretly shot Iranian film and second heist mark last days of Cannes
Your budget may not allow for the services of an interior designer but these tips will help you create a home that looks like its been put together by a pro. Design like a pro with our expert tips
A discussion at Manarat Al Saadiyat will examine the art and photography of European artists travelling 'through the lights and images' of this region, writes Nick Leech
The Orient, expressed in Abu Dhabi
Freshly relegated, no better time for a youth movement than the present, writes Paul Radley. UAE rugby hope the kids are all right
Companies tasked with making scale models to announce developments in Dubai report business is picking up. In pictures: Business picks up for UAE property model makers
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