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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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Empowering and Enabling Parents in Special Education
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Empowering and Enabling Parents in Special Education

The Sulam branch in Modi’in Illit operates language and communication preschools in the Yiddish language. Recently, Sulam held a series of lectures for parents of toddlers and children focusing on issues that are most important to them: reading comprehension and language acquisition skills, as well as integration of special-ed children

Sukkot Concert at the Vineyard
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Sukkot Concert at the Vineyard

Benny Friedman and Ohad Moskowitz held a special performance last week in a vineyard to benifit children with special needs.During the show, the two sang a premiere performance of ‘Tanya-Adrebe’, a mashup combining the two well-known Chassidic hits, composed by Yossi Green.More than 400 people attended the special event, including donors and supporters of ‘Sulam’

Planting Seeds of Change
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Planting Seeds of Change

I asked her name when she walked into the classroom. She was too shy to respond, so Aviya responded for her. “Her name is Yael.” Yael, a sad and confused young girl, was only 4 years old. She was accompanied by her sister Aviya, a graduate of Sulam’s special education

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