Delegation of the National Guard

 Al Faisalya Women Welfare Society in Jeddah, represented by Jeddah Autism Center, was honored by the visit of a high- level delegation from National Guard chaired by Major General Mohammed Obaid al-Sharif, leader of the military police in the Western Sector. Elite colonels, captains and lieutenants accompanied him. Mrs. Omaima Mohammed Ali Maghraby, President of Jeddah Autism Center, Ms. Amal Sheikh, Manager of Jeddah Autism Center, and administrative and educational staff members of the Center welcomed the guests on behalf of Princess Fahda Bint Saud Bin Abdul Aziz, Her Royal Highness President of the Society,.
This visit is carried out within the framework of supporting charity centers and societies by state organizations. It reflects the keenness of the National Guard as a major military and cultural organization that supports the autism issue and helps autistic individuals and their families with all available facilities. The visit program included a visual presentation about the Center’s services, video display of “Mission of Autistic Children” a song by Mr. Mohammed Abdou who performed it for the Center’s students. The program also involved a tour in the Center and a definitional lecture about autism given by the Center manager. At the end of the visit, Jeddah Autism Center gave a memorial gift to the Head of the National Guard delegation. The gift was a painting drawn by the student Abdul Rahman Al Sabei’i, Major General Mohammed Obaid al-Sharif also presented a plaque to honor Jeddah Autism Center for its role in servicing autistic individuals and their families for twenty years. The student Abdullah Al Ghamdi, assistant sports trainer in the Center, received the plaque.
At the end of the visit, Major General expressed his thanks and appreciation for the services submitted by the Center to the autistic children. He also praised work for servicing this category of the society saying that it is not less important than what is provided by National Guard employees in servicing the country. The visit ended by distributing souvenirs to the visitors. Mrs. Omaima Mohammed Ali Maghraby thanked the National Guard employees for their visit and noble feelings towards the students and the Center.