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Evaluation. Empowerment. Integration.

Child Development Programs in Israel

Founded in 1981, Sulam, a non-profit organization, provides educational and therapeutic services by a certified professional staff and committed volunteers to over 530 Jewish students aged 6 months to 17 yrs with a range of challenges including intellectual and learning disabilities, motor dysfunction, emotional and developmental delays, Autism Spectrum disorder (ASD), and Down Syndrome. Sulam Israel's important work takes place in it's various Daycare Centers, Preschools, Communication Centers, and Day Schools across Israel. Sulam's mission is to enable students to achieve their maximum functioning potential, the ultimate goal being successful integration into society. Sulam believes that every person has a place in society and children with disabilities have their contribution to make. Sulam's goal is to see that every student is given the tools to achieve this aim, each according to his/her ability.

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Growing Stronger
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Growing Stronger

  The Head Start Kindergartners inSulam’s center on Sorotzkin are once again proud to welcome the “Amerikayim,” a dedicated group of  students from the Lahav seminary who chose to spend their Thursday mornings, weekly, entertaining the Sulam preschoolers with activities like singing and dancing. This week, in honor of  the celebration

Like Parent, Like Child 
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Like Parent, Like Child 

The Okner Baby Wing in Sulam’s  center in Jerusalem is the place where it all begins. Where our babies begin their educational and therapeutic journey, with the warmth, love and dedication of our staff who help them to reach their first milestones.   For Sy and Anne Okner who sponsored the

Dancing in the Rain 
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Dancing in the Rain 

What an amazing program run by Seminar Seminary who came all the way from Bayit Vegan on their free afternoon to Sulam’s communication preschool. The children had so much fun creating the 10 plagues finger puppets in honor of the weekly Torah portion.  Since many of Sulam’s preschoolers struggle with verbal

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