Special needs students express their future dreams

Nearly 140 children with special needs showcased their flair for dance, drama and song at the recent Future Dreams musical concert. Students from the Future Rehabilitation Centre performed in nine scenes where they were able to express their dreams to perform, act, dance, be a football star, fly an aeroplane or be a fashion designer.

Hosted at the Armed Forces Officers Club under the patronage of HH Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, the vibrant event was attended by over 700 guests including various diplomats such as HE Philip Parham, British ambassador to the UAE, and proud parents and friends of students.

Speaking about the concert, the centre’s director, Mowfaq Mustafa, said: “This show is a collective product of all the staff members and the parents who provide their support and cooperation, to bring out this beautiful show to the community. The aim of this event is to enhance the students’ self-confidence and independence, as well as to highlight their own talents which were evident during the show.”

Click here to find out more about the Future Centre and check out photos from the concert below:

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