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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Posted:
October 17, 2020

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MONA IBRAHIM

SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE

Contact No:

050*******

Email id:

adg10z@r.postjobfree.com

Communication

Address:

Dubai, UAE

Personal Data

D.O.B : 30/03/1983

Sex : Female

DHA licensed Occupational Therapist, DHA-P-0156933.

Ayres Sensory Integration Certified, SITC, 3209.

RBT Certified, 40-Hour Training.

DIR 101 Certified, 12-Hour Training.

Professional, creative, sincere and skilled in engaging presentations.

Proficient Languages – French, English & Arabic. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION .

Name of the Course : Bachelor of Occupational Therapy Course Duration : BOT - 4 years (secures 1

st

rank).

Institute : Public Health Faculty, Lebanese

University, Lebanon.

Medium of instruction : French, English

Name of the Course : Comprehensive Program In Sensory Integration

Course Duration : 4 levels total of 120 hours

Institute : University Of Southern California

Medium of instruction : English

Nationality : Lebanese

Marital Status : Single

SITC No : 3209

Name of the Course : Management and Leadership Development Course Duration : 2 years.

Institute : Harvard Business School

Medium of instruction : English

LICENSURE/EXAMINATION:

2015 OT Licensure Examination from the Public Health Ministry of Lebanon

2006 Equivalency certificate of BOT in Quebec.

2004 OT Licensure Examination from the Private

Education Ministry of Kuwait

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

EXAMINATION

NAME OF THE

INSTITUTION

YEAR OF

PASSING

GRADE

Bachelor of

Occupational

Therapy

Public Health Faculty,

Lebanese University,

Lebanon.

2004

VERY GOOD

Lebanese Official

Baccalaureate II –

Experimental

Sciences Section

Saint Therese School,

Amyoun, Lebanon

2000

GOOD

WORK EXPERIENCE

YEAR

NAME OF THE

INSTITUTION

JOB TITLE

2016 till now

DUBAI AUTISM CENTER,

Dubai.

Occupational Therapy and Creative

Department Manager

2015-2016

The Developing Child Center,

TDCC, Dubai.

Occupational Therapist

Sensory Integration Therapist

2010-2015

KHALIFA SCHOOL FOR

SPECIAL NEEDS, Kuwait.

Occupational Therapist

Sensory Integration Therapist

Head of Occupational Therapy

Department.

2004-2010 KHALIFA SCHOOL FOR

SPECIAL NEEDS, Kuwait.

Occupational Therapist

C A S E S HANDLED:

Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), ADHD, ADD, Down Syndrome, Developmental Delay, Sensory processing disorder (SPD), Learning Disabilities, Spina Bifida, infantile hemiplegia and genetic disorders, Multiple Disabilities.

AGE RANGE:

Infants up to 21 years old.

PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

Clinical:

Screen and evaluate patients in accordance to physician’s evaluation using clinical observation, non-standardized and standardized assessments such as Sensory Profile (SP-2), Sensory Integration & Praxis Test (SIPT), Peabody Developmental Motor Scales (PDMS-2), The Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency

(BOT-2), Developmental Test of Visual Perception ( DTVP-2 &3), Motor- Free Visual Perceptual Test (MVPT-3), Beery VMI-6, etc… Determine areas of concern, identify goals, and develop treatment plans for clients.

Document results concisely and accurately of client’s evaluation, treatment, follow-up and termination of services.

Maintain thorough, up-to-date treatment notes on each client.

Develop appropriate home programs for clients when applicable, demonstrating developmental strategies for perceptual, motor and sensory improvement.

Involved in prescription, measurement, modification and training in the use of assistive aids.

Attend staff and in-service meetings.

Conduct workshops/seminars for school staff on topics related to Handwriting, Sensory Integration, Assistive Technology, Vocational Training, etc…

Keep up to date with new techniques and technologies available for treating patients.

Participate in creating outstanding Occupational Therapy Department, Sensory Integration Rooms and play areas.

Be responsible for the security, care and maintenance of equipment.

Provide direction, training, and assistance to occupational therapists as well as interns’ students assigned to the occupational therapy program.

Treatment areas mostly addressed: Sensory integration dysfunction, gross and fine motor skills, cognitive abilities, behavioral disorders, visual motor and visual perceptual skills.

Departmental:

Ensure that all OT services are client-centered and evidence based to all in and out patients/clients.

Maintain an up-to-date knowledge & mentor the team within their respective discipline ensuring that all team members are able to relate theoretical knowledge and skills to best practices.

Reviewing OT assessments reports and checking the qualitative and quantitative data of reports done by the team before submission.

Counseling parents and explaining OT reports findings by communicating feedbacks and providing appropriate orientation and support

Following up with the OT team members for the final schedules and then compiling them in hard and softcopy.

Monitoring and guiding the services delivered by the OT team members pertaining to the student caseload, schedules, demo sessions and multi-disciplinary meetings in conjunction with the other departments.

Conduct workshops/seminars for school staff, OT team and parents on topics related to Handwriting, Sensory Integration, Assistive Technology, Vocational Training, etc…

Keep up to date with new techniques and technologies available for treating patients.

Ensuring that up to date written and electronic records and professional data are maintained for each specialist per each student from consent forms, to assessments, IEP, daily logs and sessions data-sheet.

Reviewing the IEPs reports to ensure they are of appropriate standards and in conformity with the OT & Creative SOP manual.

Monitoring and checking the communication between parents and respective therapists on school portal.

Monitor stock levels in the department and request new equipment as appropriate.

Create outstanding OT Wing composed of SI rooms, dark sensory rooms, Daily Living Skills rooms, vocational labs and robot rooms.

Planning, proposing and executing various projects/programs (outdoor trips, exhibitions, afternoon program, ENOC)

Supervising and maintaining records of the OT & Creative Team job evaluations.

Community Awareness:

Undertake all aspects of spreading awareness about children with ASD and their complex needs, and represent the center across different settings (schools, kindergartens, funding events, etc...)

Promote the services provided at the center and assist the VIP visitors in their school’s orientation tour across the settings by providing them with brief presentation about ASD as well as services provided.

Provide trainings about OT and ASD for all governmental Kindergartens across Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, RAK, Umm Al Quwain, and Fujairah in collaboration with MOE as well as to Emirates Airlines

Organize lectures and provide trainings to Emirates Airlines Employees from the following categories: Manager Airport Services, Passenger Services Duty Managers, Airport Services officers and supervisors about ASD and how to make the Airport More Autism Friendly.

Participate in April Autism Campaigns in Dubai Airport Free zone and Terminals and set up sensory based activities for hostess and passengers spreading awareness about ASD and showcasing the importance of early screenings.

Contribute in raising funds to the center by participating in different events and exhibitions such as the Walkaton Event hosted by Tecom and in the MARS Center. INTERNSHIP & CLINICAL PLACEMENTS .

NO.

YEAR

POSTINGS

INSTITUTION

1.

2003-2004

Rehabilitation Medicine

Functional Reeducation for

adults

Bhannes Hospital, Lebanon.

2.

Pedo-Psychiatry

Pediatrics

Oasis Of Joy Centre, Lebanon.

3.

Rehabilitation Medicine

Functional Reeducation for

adults

Bhannes Hospital, Lebanon

4.

2002-2003

Psychiatry

Cross Psychiatric Hospital, Lebanon

5.

Geriatric

Dar Al Ajaza Hospital, Lebanon.

6.

2001-2002

Pediatrics

Bhannes Hospital, Lebanon.

7.

Rehabilitation Medicine

Functional Reeducation for

adults

Cortbawi Hospital, Lebanon

8.

2000-2001

Rehabilitation Medicine

Functional Reeducation for

adults

Beit Chebab Hospital, Lebanon

WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS ATTENDED .

NO.

YEAR

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

1. 1

.

Aug. 2020 DIR 101: An Introduction To DIR and DIRFloortime, organized by the ICDL. 2. 2

.

Aug. 2020 Assistive Technology Tips and Tools, organized by Therapro, Inc. 3. 3

.

Aug. 2020 Connecting Verbal Behavior Programs with Natural Environment Training, organized by TASN, Colorado Department of Education. 4. 4

.

Aug. 2020 Overview of Sensory Processing Parts 1 & 2, organized by TASN, Colorado Department of Education.

5. 5

.

Aug. 2020 Interoception, the 8

th

Sense, organized by TASN, Colorado Department of

Education.

6. 7

.

Jul. 2020 RBT Training Certificate, organized by Dubai Autism Center, UAE 7. Jul. 2020 Self-Care with Flair! A Step-by-Step Guide to Successfully Teaching Self-Care Skills to Children with Disabilities, organized by Therapro, Inc 8. Jul. 2020 Oral Placement Therapy- Technique for Feeding and Articulation from TalkTools, organized by Hi 5 CDC.

9. Jun. 2020 Simucase: Promoting Experiential Learning and Clinical Competency in Occupational Therapy, organized by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).

10. Jun. 2020 Occupational Therapy’s Role in Addressing Functional Cognition in Clients with COVID-19, organized by the American Occupational Therapy Association

(AOTA).

11. May 2020 Role of OT in Oncology Rehabilitation and Lymphedema, organized by the Saudi Occupational Therapy Association.

12. May 2020 Pediatric Rehabilitation in a Digital Space, organized by the eHealth Summit. 13. Dec. 2019 First Aid Workshop, organized by Dubai Corporation For Ambulance Services, UAE.

14. Mar. 2019 Appreciation Certificate from AL- Shaheed Tariq Al- Shehhi Kindergarten for conducting a training about ASD during the Autism Spreading Awareness Campaign in collaboration with MOE, UAE

15. Apr. 2018 Sensory Based Assessments, organized by Sensation Station, Dubai, UAE. 16. Nov. 2018 Appreciation Certificate from AL Barsha Kindergarten for conducting a training about ASD during the Autism Spreading Awareness Campaign in collaboration with MOE, UAE

17. Nov. 2018 Appreciation Certificate from Jumeirah Kindergarten for conducting a training about ASD during the Autism Spreading Awareness Campaign in collaboration with MOE, UAE

18. Nov. 2018 Importance of Motor Development For School Performance & Academic Achievement, organized by Stepping Center, UAE.

19. Sept. 2018 Pivotal Response Training: An Introduction and Practical Application with Learners on the Autism Spectrum, organized by Autism Rocks, UAE. 20. Mar. 2017 Systems of Care for Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Global Perspective, organized by Al Jalila Children’s Specialty Hospital, UAE. 21.

Nov. 2014

Multisensory Stimulation using sensory spaces for growth development & wellbeing: Practical demonstration of 4D M.I.L.E Sensory Room organized by Al-Kharafi Activity Kids Center, Kuwait 22.

Sept. 2014

The perception of health care professionals concerning the role of OT in patients’ rehabilitation (OTPR) organized by the OT Department, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Kuwait University. 23. Mar. 2014 Multidisciplinary Management of “Discogenic Low Back Pain organized by Dar Al Shifa Hospital, Kuwait.

24.

Feb. 2014

Training on wheelchairs, seating, positioning system, advanced rehabilitation and accessibility solution organized by Al-Essa Medical & Scientific Equipment, Kuwait.

25.

Mar. 2013

Child Development Conference: Seeing Developmental Pediatrics With New Eyes organized by Ministry of Health & Pediatric Department Al Sabah Hospital, Kuwait.

26.

Dec. 2011

The 1

st

International Conference on Learning Disabilities and Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder organized by the Kuwaiti Association for Learning Differences, Kuwait.

27.

Oct. 2011

The Successful Student: Preventing & Reducing Challenging Behaviors organized by The New England Center For Children & Applied Behavior Center of Kuwait, Kuwait.

28.

Jan. 2010

Comprehensive Program In Sensory Integration including instruction in administering & interpreting the Sensory Integration & Praxis Test

(SIPT) organized by The University of Southern California, Division of Occupational Science and Therapy & Western Psychological Services, held at Amman, Jordan.

29.

Jul. 2009

The Professional Development Program: The Sensory Integration Perspective organized by The University of Southern California, Division of Occupational Science and Therapy & Western Psychological Services, held at Amman, Jordan.

30.

Jul. 2008

The Professional Development Program: Sensory Integration Intervention organized by The University of Southern California, Division of Occupational Science and Therapy & Western Psychological Services, held at Amman, Jordan.

31.

May 2008

ASDAN Training for the following program: Preparatory Awards organized by the Organization of ASDAN, UK held at Khalifa

School, Kuwait.

32.

Apr. 2008

The Professional Development Program: From Interpretation to Intervention organized by The University of Southern California, Division of Occupational Science and Therapy & Western Psychological Services, held at Amman, Jordan.

33.

Jan. 2008

KCOTAS Profile for Occupational Therapist Job Description organized by the Kuwait Occupational Standards Assessment & Certification, Kuwait.

34.

Nov. 2007

The Professional Development Program: Specialized Techniques for Measuring Sensory Integration organized by The University of Southern California, Division of Occupational Science and Therapy & Western Psychological Services, held at Amman, Jordan.

35.

Sep. 2006

The Functional Academic Curriculum for Exceptional Students (FACES) curriculum training including all six modules organized by FHO, Kuwait. 36.

May 2005

Clinical Session on Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) organized by Al-Essa Medical & Scientific Equipment, held at Physiotherapy and Medical Rehabilitation Hospital, Kuwait. 37.

Nov 2005

Makaton Training organized by The Makaton Vocabulary Development Project, UK and Makaton Kuwait, Kuwait. 38.

Apr. 2005

Training course on Actively enabling all children, disabled and non-disabled to play together organized by Kids active, London at Al- Kharafi Activity Kids Center, Kuwait.

39.

Apr. 2005

Training course on Including disabled children and young people in play and out of school services through games organized by Kids active, London at Al-Kharafi Activity Kids Center, Kuwait.

40. Apr. 2005 Training course on Introduction to play and play work organized by Kids active, London at Al-Kharafi Activity Kids Center, Kuwait. DECLARATION

I hereby declare that all the information mentioned above is true to the best of my knowledge.

Mona Ibrahim

Thank you

September 20, 2020



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