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L’organisation Bat Melech fournit un refuge aux femmes de milieux ultra-religieux, victimes de violences conjugales
Ces patients syriens soignés par des médecins israéliens : des interactions qui sauvent des vies et modifient les perspectives
At open house event held in honor of Succot, president joins children, tries his hand at playing darbuka drum.
Lace up those running shoes and let the fun begin!
By ARIELLA ROSEN
One looks forward to other cultural institutions around the country following the Tower of David lead.
By BARRY DAVIS
Gvanim Ba’café provides many shades of assistance.
By JOSH HASTEN
Only a small number of Israel’s 12,000 adults with intellectual disabilities are employed in Israel’s mainstream job market – Harutzim represents one significant step to changing that.
By YAEL BRYGEL
After a severe car accident, magician Kevin Spencer knows what it is like to be disabled; At the Tzamid Festival for artists with special needs, he will showcase the healing powers of his craft.
Niurim High School has structural flaws that pose a safety hazard and inaccessibility and lack of room for 120 special-needs students, parents say.
By MARK REBACZ
To date, the Joint and the Welfare Ministry have established 45 family centers, which cater to 5,000 families throughout the country.
By OFER LIVNAT
“Technological solutions can be absolutely transformative in helping people with disabilities live more independent and productive lives.”
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
Lauding their confidence and their constant exercise, Rivlin said that without these attributes, even the best athlete in the world would fail.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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