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This BLOG  is   for   exchanging   ideas   and  opinions  from  all  over

the world  , I am  trying  to write  about  something   useful  and interested

for  anyone  , besides  that  is  my  specialist  field  .

I am  DAOUD  ALAHMAD   expert  in  special  education  .

I would    like    to   employ my experience     in the   service   of   society

where   there    is  .

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 About me , if you want more details

I want to introduce myself to people who are browsing this site to know  more

about me:
I am a social worker and holds   BA certificate  I have worked  for years in the field of  Social Service in several institutions and  organizations  and specialized   in the field of mental disability and received several   certificates in this field .
Then after that specializes in training and rehabilitation and then  prepared  them     to work  in training centers and   sheltered workshops    for adults  over the age of eighteen .

I was  responsible  of    put the  layout   training programs for these people, monitor and evaluate the work  and  the direct evaluation of their performance and development.

I was also  responsible for the preparation of reports showing the  status of professional  situation .

Reached by these people even after their enrollment in the open labor market, and of course  supervised and follow-up work in the  institutions and   companies  who  were working for .
I have worked in this field  for several years during which I have  made a lot of achievements at the country level  , and then I am considered  as expert in the field of training, as well as operating for this category  . for this, I sometimes want to provide some of these experiences to those who request and need  my help   I am ready  to answer   questions from parents   as well as institutions working in this  field .
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           Can they plan  for strike ??

                       

I love to tell some of the situations that happened to me during my career in my work with people with disabilities, the fact that some of us , in many cases may not have sufficient capacity to choose  may find  himself  in situations not planned for  or be ready for, and this is exactly  what happened with me more than once.
One of the  exotic positions that happened to me, when I started my new job in one of the large organisations in the country  , which is a  sheltered  workshop a factory  of wooden and metal furniture and equipped with all the  potential crisis for the work of people with disability, especially the means of safety devices .  The origins of work for me  to do is to identify the people who I will work with them, and  I asked for  meeting with them  and prepared the room for that  I came  in the hall  on time  I was so surprised I did not find anybody 

 waiting for me and the room was completely empty , I was really surprised  and when requested clarification  I learned  that  they were have decided to strike against  me  and they do not want to see me here , and  when I  tried to  understand  , they refused even  to negotiate with me,  through my experience I learned that there are leaders, leading this rebellion, I invited two of them  to  my office  spoke with them I knew that   the strikers do not want me in the organization and I have to leave immediately, I asked them to give  me  some time to  make my decision. I know through my experience too , that behind this rebellion some of  instigators  of the trainers and supervisors    , In fact, I did not worry  about that  , what I care about  is the situation  itself  , I  was very pleased    that they have come to this advanced stage of freedom of expression.  that was really  what struck  me .

 They have some funny tricks too  

One  might think they  do not represent or pretend or imagine, and they are more  innocent than that, but believe me, some of them invent tricks and puzzling behavior may not unthinkable one  representation and imitation, and the fact that they have talents buried and we have to discover and work on to  develop  them ,  I will tell you a strange story of stories that happened to me during my work .
Radwan was  his name ,  he  was twenty years old does not seem to be any manifestation of the disability, but simple palsy in his leg and   right hand, from affordable and educated  family  .

When I have  seen  his  profile I  found that  he was  suffering from regular and simple  epilepsy  and  it was under control .
But I have noticed the opposite, in fact, I noticed that he dropped an average of three to four times a day as a result of epileptic seizures   and also noted that the supervisor ladies who  were  in the section where he  used to be  running away to bring a pillow and put it under his head   so that his head does not   hit the  ground during a seizure   and  this is repeated several times a day but I was not   convinced that what was  happening  was  normal  .

I know the situation  in such cases and how the ill people react  so therefore it was necessary to take swift action on this situation .
On day  he fell down in a dramatic  way  the ladies   ran  as usual   to  attend the pillow I asked them to stop and   not to submit it under his head  I want to make sure of something   I  have been confirmed so I  did not see  his head hit   the ground as usual  when you put the pillow under his head, then I asked him to stand up he  looked shamefully   and knew that I had discovered   his game .

Some  people perhaps  think  that the reason for such behavior is to attract the attention of others , that is true  , but believe me thats  not always  .

The real reason which we found out   that when laid on his back   on the ground during the case, the  ladies  be over his head for fear he might get damage  while  he  was  snooping and is enjoying the view of the  underwear of the ladies .

I asked him to come to my office talked to him about  what happened and why   he   did that , he could not give any response  and    had  admitted that he was   wrong . he stopped that  later .

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  1. Thank you for joining up with us, I’m not sure of your name as it is differant then the one on our notification from WordPress, hope you have success reaching out to Parents with Children who are disadvantaged, having worked with them myself in my young Adult years as a live in carer, I know they can present problems that need special attention.

    We will pray for you, Christian Love from both of us – Anne

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  2. My name is Daoud Alahmad from Jordan in the middle east >
    I have worked with their needs for more than 25 years before retired , hope I can help in some way different . Thank you for your coming up .

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  3. Hi Daoud, I’m not a social worker but I do have a Master’s degree in counselling. I currently work in mental health and substance use with a health authority. Many of my colleagues are B.Sw.s. It sounds like your work is very fuliflling for you.

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  4. Hi Daoud, I’m not a social worker but I do have a Master’s degree in counselling. I work in mental health and substance use with a health authority in my province. It sounds like your work is very fulfilling for you. Best wishes!

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  5. great blog…and very interesting that you chose to spread more knowledge. I am liking what you post. Its awesome to ‘meet’ or know more about different people around the world. I read you are from Jordan. I would love to read more about your experience there and culture. It is great to see people making a difference in the world. I can learn so much from you. THanks

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  6. Thanks for all the likes and most especially the following…My name is Jennifer Bichara. Although born and raised in the Philippines and in the west, my fathers ancestry came from the Middle East..(LEbanon and Palestine)..Jenny

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  7. Hello Daoud,

    Welcome to the world of bloggers. I think it is noble of you to share your experiences as a social worker with the rest of the world and to “employ your experience in the service of society”.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  8. Daoud, thank you so much for liking and subscribing to my poetry blog. I’m thankful that it led me back here to yours, which is fascinating! I look forward to exploring it and catching up on your posts. Cheers to you!

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  9. Assalamualaikum wr wb,
    Thanks for following me. You have a great experience in your life.
    My daughter is taking psychology, still in the 1st year, same as your field.
    What are you sharing here. give a lot of meaningful to the readers.

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  10. hypercryptical says:

    I have returned here for a second vist Dauod as I find all your blogs fascinating and am so glad you paid me a visit or I would not have known of these jewels.

    I am a psychiatric nurse and I work in a care home and I like to think as so obviously do you.

    Kind regards. Anna L:o]

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  11. Hello Daoud , very nice to read about your work and interests. My daughter will soon enter graduate studies for Social work and is interested in childhood development. I’m sure I will enjoy and learn from your experiences. Thank you for visiting my blog. 🙂

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  12. Hello Daoud,

    Thank you for following my blog. I hope I don’t disappoint you and that your visits in my blog have been and will always be a joyful ride! Thank you and lovely day to you! 🙂

    Subhan Zein

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  13. Thank you for visiting! So far the best thing about blogging has been this ability to share thoughts and feelings with people from all over the world. I look forward to hearing more about Islam and your experiences as a social worker in Jordan.

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  14. Thank you for your recent follow! I apologize for a late response! You have dedicated your career to a worthy cause. I know it must be a thankless job sometimes and at others it is. I realize that from work as a teacher.

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  15. Daoud: I admire your work with special education. I also work in education. Thank you for joining my blog. Sometimes I have to take some time off from blogging due to health reasons, but know that I appreciate your interest and always return.

    ~Anne

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