Principles / Values

  • Being Scientific: The studies conducted at Research Institute for Individuals with Disabilities (RINID), reflects the current, modern and scientific applications.
  • Being Universal:The studies conducted in RINID, reflects the universal information’s about nature of child's development which takes part in international literature.
  • Reflecting Local Characteristics: The studies conducted in RINID, when it is required enlist help to adaptation of international literature to own culture.
  • Being excellent: Each study conducted in RINID should have excellent properties.
  • Being People Oriented: The focus of all work carried out in RINID is human and concrete and practical outcomes of each study is reflected in the people.
  • Being Data-Based: To determine the quality and make the necessary arrangements of all work carried out in RINID, is used to data-based system.
  • Being Interdisciplinary: The RINID underline that multiple factors have an impact on children and their families who affected or will be affected by developmental disabilities so wherein works involve interdisciplinary approach.
  • Being Family-Centered: Studies in RINID reflects family-centered practices which based on contemporary child development and early childhood intervention theories that focus on child, family and their inner circle.
  • Being ICT (Information and Communication Technologies)-Based: Studies, products and materials carried out in RINID reflects the practices based on Information and Communication Technologies.
  • Being Innovative: Studies conducted in RINID and developed products and materials in the field of developmental delay shows innovative features.
  • Being Focused Mainstreaming: The RINID accepts contemporary and people-oriented applications which allow individuals with developmental delays and their families mainstreaming fully with all section of society.
  • Being Community Oriented: The RINID, primarily local and then at national level, reflects applications towards society to studies.