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kaneez replied to the thread struggling for ABA on the Kuwait forum:
mrssaleh initially posted:
Hi Does any body know a qualified and certified ABA therapist for my child? Please don't tell me go to ABC Kuwait because there is no way I can afford 1500 kd monthly. Please help
kaneez replied on December 15, 2014 with:
Hi there, I am looking for a ABA therapist but someone that is affordable.. Please do let me know. thanks
mrssaleh replied on October 05, 2014 with:
Hi Kelly I saw that you've replied to my post. I have a 5 yrs old boy, diagnosed with ADHD, he is very hyperactive and high functioning, and I am already in trouble with his school due to behavioral issues. Bottom line I need a good ABA therapist who can work with him . I have visited ABC Kuwait as they seem to be the only center in Kuwait that provides ABA but there is no way I can afford to pay 1450 KD amonth! I am looking for someone with a reasonable fee. If you can help or recommend any one please contact me. Thank you noha_mohammed@hotmail.com
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gmnq8 replied to the thread Company to assist in getting a Family Visit Visa for Kuwait? on the Kuwait forum on December 14, 2014:
jog5000 initially posted:
Hi all. Is there a company that can assist in getting a family visit visa for my mother to come visit us here in Kuwait? Does anyone have advice on how to get a family visit visa for Kuwait?
gmnq8 replied on December 14, 2014 with:
Because this is a family visa, only the family member sponsoring the dependents can apply for the residency visas. The process isn't all that difficult. It just takes some time.
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mayouna posted mahjong on the Kuwait forum on December 11, 2014:
Hi, I am looking for a group of ladies who play manning in mornings. Anyone there?
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mattylonghorn posted Where can I get reasonably priced anti-depressants in Kuwait? on the Kuwait forum on December 09, 2014:
Hello Forum, I need anti-depressants here in Kuwait because my insurance provider in the U.S. will only provide me with one month's supply each month: they're too expensive to ship over here, as the going rate for FedEx is around $100.00 per envelope or packet - and the Kuwaiti mail service is so slow and undependable that if sent by my U.S. pharmacy to me here in Kuwait, they may never arrive at all. I bought a month's supply at a Kuwaiti Hospital (private) at their pharmacy after getting a prescription from a doctor there first - but the cost of the meds just about broke my bank. Any suggestions for me? Oh . . . and the school I teach for over here offers me health coverage - but no coverage for anti-depressants! Please: any ideas?
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Expat Report Review of American School of Kuwait in Hawalli, Kuwait, Kuwait was published
Review-of-American School of Kuwait
How would you describe the facilities at this school? What extra-curricular activities are available?
Good facilities overall (gyms, swimming pool, labs, etc), though some need a facelift (the arts labs). The school itself is well maintained. Lots of various extra-curricular activities, including athletic (volleyball, basketball, soccer, swimming, track & field, etc) and non-athletic (MUN, NHS, Debate & Forensics, etc). (Continue)
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mrssaleh replied to the thread Seaking clarity of residence process on the Kuwait forum:
LKwolek initially posted:
My question: I have arrived in Kuwait on a resident visa from my home country. Are the original police report and medical exam reports that were validated in the Kuwait embassy in my home country required to finish the process of obtaining my iqama in Kuwait? Everything I have read says no, that I need to get fingerprints and medical exams here, with those and some additional paperwork obtained here and photographs, I can go through the process. Only the gentleman in my company now says I need the original police criminal record, and maybe, the medical records too, which they didn't tell me to bring before arrival, so I didnt. Did you find you needed these? Any advice would be much appreciated... Cheers Larry
mrssaleh replied most recently with:
Hi Yes, every single papers you have done in your country is needed here. Good luck
gmnq8 replied most recently with:
Yes, you will need the original, authenticated police clearance check and the medical testing results, also authenticated by the Kuwait embassy in your home country. In addition to that, you'll still need to take a second medical test here, AND have your fingerprints taken for the required checks.
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mrssaleh posted special education school on the Kuwait forum:
Hi Please does any body have experience with english/american school for LD? my son is an adhd.
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maelmihi replied to the thread Mothercare Car Seat - Kwd25 (Salmiya) on the Kuwait forum:
maelmihi initially posted:
Overview The Mothercare Car Seat is an easy-to-fit forward-facing car seat that your child can use from 9KGs (approximately 1 year) to 36KGs (approximately 11 years), offering great value, comfort and safety protection. With 5 seat recline positions and a 5-point harness which has individual harness tensioners for added safety, you'll find the Mothercare Car Seat has everything you need to keep your little one safe and protected in the car. The seat has deep wide wings with side impact protection, as well as a body support cushion for younger children and a head cushion, chest and buckle pads for comfort. For snooze times, the seat reclines on its own axis and has built in locking clips to maintain the tension of the belt. The comfortable padded cover on the Mothercare Car Seat is removable and washable, so you can keep your little one's seat clean and fresh. Suitable from 9kg/20lbs, then forward facing from 9kg to 36kg, so it's a versatile seat that will see you through from year1 to around 11 years. With 5 seat recline positions and a 5-point harness which has individual harness tensioners for added safety, you'll find the Mothercare Madrid Car Seat has everything you need to keep your little one safe and protected in the car. The seat has deep wide wings with side impact protection, as well as a body support cushion for younger children and a head cushion, chest and buckle pads for comfort. For snooze times, the seat reclines on its own axis and has built in locking clips to maintain the tension of the belt. The comfortable padded cover on the Mothercare Car Seat is removable and washable, so you can keep your little one's seat clean and fresh. Specification Includes 5 seat recline positions and a 5-point harness with individual harness tensioners for added safety Deep wide wings with side impact protection and a body support cushion for younger children, with a head cushion and chest and buckle pads for comfort; Fabric: Polycotton Maximum Child Weight: 36Kg Safety warning: Do Not Use on the front seat with an active air bag Removable fabric cover - hand wash only 1 x Mothercare Car Seat, 1 x head support cushion, 1 x chest and buckle pads Contact Me at 97203807
maelmihi replied most recently with:
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maelmihi replied to the thread Graco Junior Car Seat (15KG-36KG) - KWD15 (Salmiay) on the Kuwait forum:
maelmihi initially posted:
Features Safety Surround™ Side Impact Protection truly grows with your child at each stage offering the best head and body protection More rigorously crash tested - In addition to meeting or exceeding U.S. safety standards this seat meets both Graco's side impact testing and Europe's draft side impact standard Helps safely transport your "big kid" from 15-36 KGs Top rated by leading consumer magazines and publications Designed with the style and comfort features that kids love Easily converts to backless booster for years of use EPS, energy absorbing foam for effective impact energy management Fully-adjustable headrest keeps your growing child secure Open-loop belt guides help you correctly position your vehicle's seat belt Padded, height-adjustable armrests and hide-away cup holders keep kids smiling Product Description The TurboBooster® with Safety Surround™ securely transports your big kid from 15-36 KGs in highback mode and backless mode. The Safety Surround™ technology is integrated into the headrest as well as the side wings on the backrest ensuring the technology is there every step of the way offering a child the best head and body protection at each stage. In addition, the seat is Safe Seat Engineered and meets or exceeds all applicable US safety Standards. It has all of the great features of our top rated TurboBooster® -- like hide-away cup holders and grow with me features like the height adjustable headrest and armrests, but this seat has been enhanced to provide superior side impact protection in highback mode. What is Safety Surround™ Side Impact Protection? As you may or may not be aware, the United States currently does not have a standard for side impact testing. Because of this, we searched the globe to find a standard we at Graco believe to be the most comprehensive -- and so we decided on the European draft standard. We have taken our seats with Safety Surround™ Side Impact Technology to Europe and tested against their draft standard to ensure that we have the best side impact protection -- a side impact protection that truly grows with your child across the entire weight range of the seat. Specifications Weight: 9 lbs Dimensions: 26.5H x 16.5W x 15D" Care and Maintenance Machine-washable seat cushion. Recommended Use Highback Mode: For children 3-10 years old, from 15-36 KGs lbs and 38"-57" tall Backless Mode: For children 4-10 years old, from 17-36 KGs lbs and 40"-57" tall As recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics, children 4 feet 9 inches tall or under should ride in a belt-positioning booster seat. Contact me at 97220 3807
maelmihi replied most recently with:
The correct phone # is 9720 3807
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