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Dinner with Dr. Stephen Shore

appetizer (select one)
main course (select one)
250.00 QAR

Child Development Center and Sensory Souk bring you an evening with Dr. Stephen Shore.  Join us to hear about Stephen's perspective on Autism as an Autistic person and take part in an interactive question and answer session. This event includes a 3-course dinner with water, soft drinks and tea/coffee included.

Event Details

  • Date: Sunday, December 8, 2019
  • Time: 6:30 pm
  • Location: Dusit Doha Hotel, The Taste All Day Dining Restaurant, 2nd Floor
  • Price: 250 QR
  • Tickets can be paid for at Sensory Souk in Royal Plaza  --OR--
    Child Development Center (CDC) in West Bay.  We can only accept cash and the exact amount of money at CDC. We are not able to make change for you.


  • Choice of Appetizers: Caprice Salad OR Tomato Soup
  • Choice of Main Dish: Honey Glazed Chicken OR Hamour OR Vegetarian Dish
  • Dessert: Cheesecake
  • Drinks: soft drinks, water, tea and coffee are included

 To confirm you spot:

  • Payment for your ticket(s) must be received at the Sensory Souk store in Royal Plaza or Child Development Center in West Bay by December 5 at 10:30 am.
  • Once payment is received in the store, you will be sent an email confirmation of your ticket purchase.  Bring that confirmation with you to the event and that will be your ticket for entry.
  • When you check out, please select to pay at the Sensory Souk Store in Royal Plaza. 
  • Limited tickets available.
  • For more information, call Sensory Souk at 4411-0147 or email Orders@SensorySouk.com.


About Dr. Stephen

Stephen Mark Shore (born September 27, 1961) is an autistic professor of special education at Adelphi University. He has written the books that include: College for Students with Disabilities, Understanding Autism for Dummies, Ask and Tell, and Beyond the Wall.  Currently, he serves on the board of Autism Speaks, and is one of the first two autistic board members in its history, looking to improve the potential of those on the autism spectrum. He once headed the Asperger's Association of New England and was on the board of the Autism Society of America.[1]

Shore lost language skills before the age of four, then started getting them back at four years old. He supported taking mercury out of vaccines.  He has been described as having a special interest in music. He has discussed difficulties with completing assignments presented in formats that he wasn't used to, leading him to drop out of a doctorate in music program. However, he eventually obtained a doctorate in Special Education.

His book, Ask and Tell, describes ways that autistics can advocate for their needs.