Sahar Daoud earned a doctorate degree in Liaison Paediatric Psychiatry for children with special needs from Ain Shams University in December 2013; her thesis was about sexual behaviour in autistic children. She earned a M.Sc. in applied psychology of mental health disorders from Liverpool University, England in March 2016; her thesis was about sexual behaviour in children age 6-9 years. She earned a M.Sc. Paediatrics from Ain Shams University in 2006. Sahar joined the Learning Resource Center in May 2007 and is currently the head of the Early Intervention Program. She conducts neuro-developmental assessments for children with behavior and/or developmental disorders. Sahar is also certified from Hanen Center in England as a “You Make The Difference” program leader and is certified to do Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule -2 assessment from WPS, USA. She is also a certified positive discipline parent educator and positive discipline classroom educator.