“Ofek for our Children” Association
“Horizon for our Children”, the national organization of parents for children with blindness and vision impairment, is the only organization that cultivates children from infancy to maturity.
The association is a primary and central address for parents who have taught their children’s hard-to-be at the moment of their salvation (or when they were touched during childhood) and to maturity. In these difficult moments, as well as in the ongoing coping over the years and at different periods of time, facing social, educational, medical, psychological, and emotional challenges, “horizon for our children” is a source of support, a sense of belonging, and ongoing power. The association provides an essential response to the need for information, guidance, support and representation on the ways of coping, rehabilitation and integration into society.
We believe that our children are able not only to integrate into society, but also to be leading leaders and if we believe in them-they will believe in themselves and then the sky is the limit. We work to support and promote children so that they grow up to be independent adults and contribute to the company and operate a variety of programs and activities.
“Horizon for our Children” is a large family for 1200 families from all their sectors, a child with blindness and visual impairment-a solidrit community, caring and an activist who encourages a connection between families and children. The association serves families from the center and the periphery, secular, religious and Haredim, Jews and Arabs.
The organization operates programs for children’s care and rehabilitation and a support system for parents and families.
Almanarah-an organization for promoting people with disabilities
Almanarah (Hebrew lighthouse), Association for promoting people with disabilities in Arab Society (2005) a regret to empower the with disabilities owners of Arab society, to achieve the realization of their natural, social and legal rights, and integrate them into society in an egalitarian manner without any social exclusion, stigmas or prejudice.
Beit Izzy Shapiro
Beit Izzy Shapiro is a social change organization that has been operating for 40 years to ensure equal rights, full partnership in community life, and maximum autonomy for people with disabilities.
We work to promote adults and children through providing and developing innovative educational services, broad activities for creating social positions and operating a center for excellence, Research and professional training in the field of with disabilities.
Beit Izzy Shapiro works with all sectors in Israeli society and affects about half a million people annually through an investigative change. In the world we operate in 29 countries through consultation, academic collaborations, training and . In this context, we are proud to take an active part in implementing the International Covenant on the rights of people with disabilities.
The organization’s great influence on the with disabilities world has not remained below the radar: in 2011, Beit Izzy Shapira received the most effective association in Israel, in 2012, as a special consultant for the United States Economic and Social Council, and in 2017 the organization was elected as an Israeli organization that was presented above the main stage at the annual conference, in part by leading innovation in this world.
CareGivers The Israeli Organization for Family Caregivers
Caregivers Israel The Israeli Organization for Caring Family Members was established in 2014 to promote awareness, recognition and services for one and a half million Israelis who accompany, support and care for a close person dealing with illness, a functional decline due to old age or disability. The organization is a nonprofit organization.
The organization leads a vision in which caring family members receive recognition and appreciation, rights and the rules that enable them to continue in their roles as supporters while maintaining their health and quality of life. Bringing this vision from power to the executive is done through education and advocacing among the public and elected officials, promoting legislation and policy, and developing evidence-based services.
Caregivers Israel was founded by Rachel Ledani, caregiver and social entrepreneur. The team, which includes leading experts with extensive personal and professional experience in the field, operates with a deep commitment to leading a significant change in the field.
The association operates an array of counseling and support for caring family members. The array is a professional address for information, services, rights extraction and emotional support. The service was given by telephone by volunteers and volunteers who were trained to do so. The service is free of charge.
How do we get in touch?
- Opening a page on the site – Next Link
A consultant on our behalf will be back on the phone in 48 hours. During the holidays, there may be changes
- WhatsApp Q&As
You can send a WhatsApp message to 055-9993311 from Sunday to Thursday from 8:00 to 17:00.
- Facebook Page Posts
Extensive information can be found on the association’s website, including recorded brochures and network lectures with the best experts in the field.
Disabled Veterans IDF Organization
The disabled Veterans IDF Organization was founded in 1949 and became the main body in Israel, which provides a full aid envelope for all soldiers, troops and security forces who were injured or sick during their service.
In Israel, about 58 thousand disabled veterans the IDF, which were damaged in the body and soul in Israel’s systems and various events in the period in which they carried out the country’s mission.
The disabled veterans of the IDF operates as a rehabilitation arm through the four homes in Tel Aviv, Haifa, Be’er Sheva and Jerusalem, which constitute the center of sport, Culture and society and by promoting legislative initiatives on various subjects, improvement and preservation of rights and scholarships – all in order to allow all the disabled veterans of the IDF to fulfill any dream in spite of the physical limitations and the metaphysical experience that has undergone.
The Disabled veterans IDF organization serves as the second home for tens of thousands of disabled veterans IDF who know that the person who enters the gates, for which the sky is not the limit, but only the starting line.
EMDA – the Alzheimer’s Association of Israel
EMDA – the Alzheimer’s Association of Israel was founded in 1988 by family members of patients.
The association operates on a variety of levels and runs various activities to increase awareness of the disease and create an emotional and practical support system for the patient, the primary caregiver and his family members.
The association runs public awareness programs and launches public media campaigns about the disease and the importance of early diagnosis.
The association also holds a variety of conferences and seminars for professionals, with an emphasis on peripheral areas.
Other activities around the country include support groups for family members of patients, as well as various projects in the arts: use of music,
museum tours, as well as individual therapy, a national volunteer program for patients in their homes using the “Activity for Health” kit and more.
The association also works with decision makers to expand the basket of services and to promote the rights of patients and families and to encourage and promote the research on the disease.
The association operates a hotline and information center providing assistance, support and information to family members and professionals by telephone * 8889 (from a landline telephone)
as well as a web site containing a variety of information about the disease – from the country and from the world.
The National Support Center has been established in “Ezer Zion” with the assistance of the Foundation for the development of services to the handicapped at the National Insurance Institute and is one of its kind in the Middle East and from the individual existing in the world. The center of the “Yonit-Redeemer”-Karali, speech therapist communication expert in supportive and alternate communication. Each year the center lends about 2,000 instruments for children and adults who suffer from with disabilities communicative. Under the center is also the Hangsha unit responsible for lending accessibility devices to people with motor injuries, and the “says” center, a specialist center that offers estimates, workshops and seminars in the underwater field as well as key sources of knowledge, diagnostic tools, and resources in the field of sub-domain.
The center has three types of devices: Digital devices that include pre-recorded speech, communication pads, and talking computers.
As of 2015, when the communications computer enters the health basket, the department allows an alternative support communication, prior to purchase.
Communication computers are involved in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, which is funding the acquisition of these computers as part of the health basket. The firm is authorized by the Ministry to comply with the various tests for the experience, which at the end-based on the opinion of the practitioner, will decide whether to approve the purchase of the equipment to the asker.
Thanks to the Human Rights Center for people with Disabilities, it is the leading and veteran organization in Israel that promotes the rights of people with all kinds of with disabilities in all areas of life.
The organization’s activities include free private assistance, for about 2,000 months; Transferring workshops and training for people with disabilities, family members and professionals; Extensive legal activity, which includes among other legislative initiatives, the filing of precedent-giving petitions and policy monitoring; Development of innovative models, accompanied by research; Publication of handouts, post papers and policy reports; Leading coalitions of organizations and partners in decision-makers committees.
Among the achievements of the Organization: the Law of equality and the promotion of the equal rights for people with disabilities, including the most advanced accessibility of its kind in the world; Leading a revolution in the field of legal training, which is the essence of the guardianship beyond the alternatives that maintain a person’s right to make decisions about his life; Promoting legislation and submitting a series of petitions to promote the right of children with special needs to study in ordinary schools; Promoting legislation and the transfer of kashrut to thousands of judges and professionals to conduct investigative and trial systems for people with intellectual, mental and autism disabilities; Publication of a report that led to a reduction of about 80% in the rate of restrictions in psychiatric hospitals and more.
His activities were awarded with a variety of prizes, such as the Sussman-Joint prize for excellence in social services, the Gurney Prize for Public Law, the ZERO Prize and the effectiveness of the measurements.
In order to maintain its independence, the organization does not receive funds from the state. Its activities are possible thanks to the support of funds and private individuals.
ILAN – Israeli Association for Children with Disabilites
ILAN is Israel’s largest Association for Children with Disabilities, established in 1952 assisting each yearthousands of children, youth and adults suffering from neuromuscular disorders such as infantile paralysis, cerebral palsy, and muscular dystrophy.
Throughout the country, in the major cities and in the periphery, ILAN has a large integrated network of facilities for the advancement of people of all ages with disabilities.
ILAN provides services in the fields of education, sports, rehabilitation and employment as well social and cultural programs through:
– 38 Branches throughout the country
– 4 Rehabilitative Day Centers
– 3 Residential Hostels
– 2 Sports Centers
– 2 Employment Centers
– Over 20 institutions throughout the country supporting kindergartens, schools, schools, summer camps, social clubs, Paralympic sports teams, wheelchair dance groups and scholarships for academic education.
Israel Association for multiple sclerosis
The Israeli Multiple Sclerosis Association provides services to all the sick population in Israel, the association’s services are provided in Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, English, the Association for Age/Body/language/needs
Israel Association of Communication and Society
An association which constitutes the professional organization of the communication connection. It offers a repository of independent communication, for locating communications, by practice areas, all over the country.
Israel Elwyn (IE) was established in 1984, and today serves more than 5,200 people with disabilities including toddlers, children, teenagers, young people, adults and seniors.
Among our programs: Early Intervention Centers; extended school day program in kindergarten and special education schools; Transitional programs for teenagers and young adults; Support programs for young adults who volunteer in National Service; Training and employment in the competitive job market; Adult Day Centers; Retiree programs; Supported Living Services; Self-Advocacy programs in the community; Cultural and Recreational Programs.
We believe that every person is capable of self-advocacy and standing up for his or her rights thus enabling the individual to take responsibility for his or her own life, to have an impact on the community and to fulfill his or her needs and wants.
i tworks was founded in 2006 – with the aim of providing populations far from the labor market with opportunities for employment and a proper career inisrael’s thriving high-tech industry.
While unemployment in other sectors is rising and the pay gap between professional and unprofessional work is only widening – in the high-tech sector there are thousands of vacancies each month (15,000 jobs open as of 2019).
As a necessity, we work to access high-quality and rewarding employment in the high-tech industry for populations far from the world of work such as women, Arabs, Druze, Crakas, Haredi and people with disabilities.
We operate nationwide and provide technology training in advanced fields alongside occupational, personal and professional skills.
The itworks team professionally and personally accompanies the integration and placement of the program’s graduates in high-quality employment at the forefront of technology.
Kol is the representative organization of the hearing impaired and deaf people in Israel and has worked nationwide since 1997 to improve the quality of life and well-being of hearing-impaired people over the age of 18 through legislation and advocacy, promoting accessibility, raising awareness of hearing loss, training on auxiliary accessories, and encouraging hearing-impaired people to cope with the limitation. The organization works to empower, equal opportunity and integrate the hearing-impaired in Israel in all areas of life, so that they can exhaust their skills, in every field, according to their hearts’ tendencies.
The following is detailed information about the scope of national activity and the various projects the organization operates:
Audiological Consultations:The audiological consultation is provided by speech therapists of Kol who specialize in auditory rehabilitation that enables you to understand the hearing condition and prepare for auditory rehabilitation. The audiological consultations in Bacall allow each person to better understand the process of hearing rehabilitation.
The national line of information and support: an open line for counseling and supporting issues related to hearing loss, accessories, rights, accessibility, dealing with communication difficulties, the heart of social and emotional difficulties arising from the quality of the limitation and the stigma that society has around hearing loss.
Running ‘Listen to You’ information and training stations: Aloud enterprise operates 6 information and training stations across the country. The stations are staffed by hard-of-hearing coordinators who provide information and support to the audience at public hearing institutes about hearing loss, rights, rehabilitation and help cope better, while demonstrating hearing aids.
Running a nationwide “hearing out loud” course: a unique 7-session course designed for hearing-impaired people who want to get tools to cope with hearing loss and existing technologies, as well as receiving tools for dealing with the personal, social and family framework. The course’s designs include: expanding audiological knowledge, familiarity with hearing loss and rehabilitation methods, and expanding practical knowledge – hearing aids and hearing aids, how to use the professionals, assistance with the Hearing Institute and the speech clinician, hearing training, media strategies, expressing personal and family processes and personal empowerment. In addition, the course participants receive personal and group counseling and guidance from Kol’s professionals. The course is taught by a speech therapist and a hearing-heavy instructor.
Operating a national center for lending FM devices:The center was established to enable anyone with hearing impaired persons to benefit from the use of the technology, in light of the high cost of the systems. The center includes a large variety of systems currently available on the market. The loan is carried out by speech therapists in Bacall and includes personalization, training and guidance to the user.
Activate a display center for hearing accessories in Tel Aviv: an explanation of hearing aids – going through options and experimenting with the accessories from the display. The display includes a variety of accessories that enable personal and experiential experience by all technological means: TV solutions, telephony solutions, personal amplification systems for use at home, work and public places.
Hearing aids for the disadvantaged: In order to improve the quality of life of hearing-impaired people whose hands do not obtain hearing aids, and integrate them into all areas of life according to their heart’s inclination, Kol provides hearing aids by contributing to disadvantaged people.
Advocacy activities, promoting rights, accessibility and legislation: The organization operates in this field in several aspects: participation in Knesset committees and preliminary professional committees; representation of the matter of the hard-of-hearing before authorities and institutions (assistance with individual requests regarding non-accessible places, handling the subject of undercover subtitles and their quality, etc.); training and training on audio accessibility; explaining and managing a database of accessible locations; raising awareness among the public; Holding seminars and trainings (e.g. the Society of Speech Therapists, Accessibility Coordinators at the Academy, etc.).
Promoting the rights of hearing-impaired people: Kol worked to get technologies into the health basket (the adult cochlear implant, increasing hearing aid funding for adults over the age of 18), and promoting legislation to ensure the rights of the hearing impaired.
Hearing training for cochlear implant implants: The voice holds hearing training for people who have undergone cochlear implant surgery who have completed the training quota they deserve in the health basket.
Courses Professional workshops and training: dealing with hearing loss, training on accessories, implant preparation workshops, lectures on various topics (speech comprehension, speech reading, tinnitus and more).
Aloud’s hearing car: The hearing-loss project that began in 2010 is part of an overall program for accessing diverse services to the hearing-impaired public, especially in various population cuts in Israel (new immigrants, the Bedouin diaspora and a low socioeconomic population), in order to raise awareness among the population of the problem and how to deal with it, and to reach a greater number of hearing-impaired people who will turn to rehabilitation services throughout the country. The activity includes a lecture on the causes of hearing loss, hearing aids, accessories, implant surgery, audiogram reading, emotional coping, information about rights, and individual counseling.
The “Hand for Equal Employment” lending database is operated by the Migdal Or Center, which deals with the functional and occupational rehabilitation of people with blindness or visual disabilities, and in voice, a hearing-impaired and deaf organization that deals with hearing rehabilitation and promoting the integration of hearing-impaired and deaf people. The database provides accessible technological equipment to people with disabilities in workplaces throughout the country, and is provided to the employer for free for a period of up to six months. It is designed to serve people with disabilities such as vision, hearing and motor disabilities. Borrowing helps in the process of absorption and integration in the work of people with disabilities in a new workplace, and is intended for companies and businesses that want to retain employees who have had a deterioration in their situation or a change in their job definition. The database is also intended for short training (up to 9 months) and preparation for a job interview. Upon completion of the borrowing period, the option will be given to purchase from the loan pool the equipment borrowed for the employee at a discount. Assistance will be provided in receiving funding requests for those eligible from headquarters to integrate people with disabilities
The organization’s achievements:
- Increasing hearing aid funding in the health basket for ages 18 and up.
- Raising awareness of the issue of hearing heaviness among the general public and professionals.
- Full funding in the cochlear implant health basket that helps hundreds of people re-hear.
- The promotion of the Television Subtitles Act, which states that by 2015 all television programmes will be accompanied, both recorded and live programmes will be accompanied by subtitles for hearing-impaired people.
- Complicity in enacting the Equal Rights Act for people with disabilities, including the Accessibility Chapter.
- Complicity in enacting accessibility regulations.
- The establishment of three exhibition and training centers for hearing-impaired people.
- Accompanying the accessibility of dozens of public institutions for hearing-impaired people.
- Distributing hundreds of hearing aids to the disadvantaged.
- Holding dozens of lectures a year in front of thousands of people about hearing loss.
Dozens of people a year receive professional audiological advice and improve their ability to adapt to hearing aids and hearing aids
“Heart” in giving a package of services under one roof to the Third Age and for people with dementia and Alzheimer’s in the community, all levels of functioning – to them and their families – to help people with a decrease in cognitive function and their loved ones with them, through a variety of personalized services:
Day centers, beat for young people with dementia, heart “in Nursing, Heart” “At Home, Heart” in the protected Diers, “contact” for the Third Age, research and development of services
Migdal Or (lighthouse) –part of the Northern Goals Association
Migdal Or Center
The Center serves more than 4000 persons a year, of all ages, and operates throughout the country with branches in Haifa, Tel Aviv, Be’er-Sheva and Jerusalem. Many of the Center’s services are also provided in an individual’s everyday environment, including his or her home.
Migdal Or’s vision is that every individual with blindness or visual impairment can successfully realize his or her potential. To this end, Migdal Or has lead the way in developing and providing professional, updated and innovative functional and professional rehabilitation, social and emotional services to persons with blindness and visual impairment. In addition, Migdal Or specializes in the dissemination of knowledge in these areas for the benefit of persons with visual impairment or blindness in Israel, as well as to persons involved in their life.
Milbat provide quality for life
Milbat is a non-profit public association (registered association), operating across Israel since 1981 to provide disabled people of all ages with a customized technological environment intended to maximize independence.
Milbat is the leading Israeli group in providing rehabilitative and technological knowledge to provide a variety of services intended to improve the quality of life and functionality of the elderly and disabled people of all ages.
Through the use of special accessories and customized technology, we aim to assist disabled people to achieve their goals and independently accomplish everyday activities, both fundamental and mundane:
A stroke survivor with unilateral paresis can make their own meals, a car crash survivor who is confined to a wheelchair can look after their child, a child with CP can activate their tablet, etc.
Misgav – Geriatric Rehabilitation Centers in the Community
Misgav – A network of geriatric rehabilitation centers in the community is a national public system developed by JDC-Eshel and the Ministry of Health, designed to enable rehabilitative treatment in the community for elderly people with functional decline as a result of health events, such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, hip fracture and functional decline due to hospitalization. The centers were built to enable the restoration of the old man’s functioning, promoting his participation in his life environment and community, with an emphasis on providing tools for a healthy and preventing lifestyle.
Today there are six centers operating within welfare and health infrastructures in the communities: Beersheba, Kiryat Gat, Ramat Gan, Ramle, Nof HaGalil and Sheparam.
The service is provided to insurers of all health funds and offers inclusive and intigestive rehabilitation geriatric programs focused on the old person and relate to his physical, emotional and social aspects; combine the caretaker family members; Promotes prevention and a healthy lifestyle, strengthens community vision that promotes community-care continuity, and supports aging at home, in the community (Aging in place).
Treatments are provided by a multi-professional team from the fields of medicine, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapists, nutrition, social work, nursing and psychology.
For more information and to join the service , please contact the center directly in the living area,
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|Hours & Days||Health Professions||Address & Phone||Settlement||Misgav|
|Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday
|Medicine, Physiotherapy, Therapy & Practice, Speech Therapists, Advocate, Nutrition, Psychology||7 Rimlet St.
|Ramat Gan||Beit Tsabar|
|Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 8-12.||Medicine, Physiotherapy, Therapy & Practice, Speech Therapists, Advocate, Nutrition||111 Yehuda Halevi St.
|Monday and Wednesday
|Medicine, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Hydrotherapy, Therapy & Practice, Speech Therapists, Advocate, Nutrition||34 Gilad St., Daisy Corner
|Galilee Landscape||Misgav Alma|
|Tuesday and Thursday
|Medicine, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Therapy & Practice, Speech Therapists, Advocate, Nutrition, Psychology||Lev Ha’Ir Mall
|Kiryat Gat||Reut in the community|
|Monday and Wednesday
|Medicine, Physiotherapy, Therapy & Practice, Speech Therapists, Adv.||HaHagana St. 2 076-8131580||Ramla||Misgav Ramla|
|Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9-15||Medicine, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Therapy & Practice, Speech Therapists, Advocate, Nutrition||Ablin Junction
|Shefaram (spryn||Misgav Shefaram|
Ronit’s house is a personal and social developmental Center for people with special needs.
The center provides the acquisition of skills and social skills, and creates opportunities to meet in a meaningful making, and to develop the abilities and potential to promote the lives of special people.. Center of
- Social groups – social framework in supportive professional guidance. In groups the special person will find: friends on the road, an ear, a place to express himself, to play his voice and to receive professional accompaniment, supports the way to adulthood and independence
- Courses for enrichment and nurturing the natural talent such as cinema, vocal choir, drama and theater, art, Tai Chi, physical fitness and more.
- Practical classes that will help him manage the day like: The Kitchenette – cooking circle, financial management course, workshops and other courses.
- Events on weekends: parties, dating evenings, conferences, film screenings
- Tours in Israel and abroad
All activities are high-level and tailored to people with special needs.
The center operates in an integrative, holistic approach that sees the person as a person and not through the narrow angle of his disability. The approach sees the person in all its strengths and disadvantages and is supported by understanding that the process of development and progress of each one has a role to all the parties in person who is the physical, mental, spiritual, mental, and social.
Space for digital creation Haifa D3
Haifa3D is a voluntary organization that operates and focuses on the national project “Give me a Hand” as part of the world community of e-NABLE. This project is designed for design and manufacture, a desktop 3d printer, a custom hand that is operated by the wrist or wrist. The hand is given free of charge to any child and adult in Israel that can improve the quality of his life with professional support over time.
It is important to emphasize that near the printed side there is beyond improving physical functioning, and also a very important psychological effect. From our experience and experience accumulated in the US, the “biostructural” hand improves personal feeling and social status of the child. Children who get a hand like this stop hiding the limited hand and often even bring it up deliberately, as a source of pride and uniqueness.
A rehabilitation product designed for people who are immediately suffering from hoodies (spasticity) among children and adults.
The treatment that is currently present to the problem of the Kaposi’s hand is the “brace.” However, the staff is known to be a common and effective treatment. However, in cases of the need for full fixation of the hand, because of its safety, the brace prevents various hand movements and fingers.
The Chlorypitz, similar to a splint, enables the closure of a voluntary finger. However, it has many advantages over the surface, including:
- Flexible, enabling the performance of a variety of daily activities. Such as glass grip, bottle and food tools, or turn on a mobile phone and a remote
- Assists in continuous physiotherapy rehabilitation
- Does not limit the hand gesture
- You can sleep and take a shower with him.
- Wear and can be easily removed
- Adapted to the recipient’s hand (palms and fingers)
- Adjusted to the extent of the patient’s spasticity (by determining the strength of the springs in the product)
- Requires minimal maintenance (only for repair purposes)
The product is developed by the recommended Association and the Certified Physiotherapists ‘ approval. At this stage, the product is free, against a donation to the Amuta.
The “K” Association
C.-Community integration for people with disabilities-Israel’s leading organization for integrating people with disabilities in the community. For 40 years, the company has established and operated a wide array of programs, services and support systems to help people with disabilities gain equal opportunities for life in the community. He works to integrate people with disabilities in the community, in all areas of life, including:
Housing in the community – over 400 tenants, in more than 140 apartments, are living a full life as part of the community.
Rehabilitation employment – over 650 employees in employment centers in Jerusalem, Petach Tikva, Shoham and Modi’in, kibbutzim and moshavim, and business-social and employment projects supported on the free market.
The College of Education – professional courses for training and enrichment, about 1500 people with special needs.
Culture and leisure – initiating and operating activities in various fields, including: Art, theater, music, communication, sports, and recreation.
Centers for emotional care-counseling and treatment for victims of violence, social-sexual education, and a adapted mental and emotional response to children of adolescents and adults with disabilities and their families and training professionals.
Special education-enrichment programs for children in special education schools in Jerusalem and Petach-Tikva make it easy for the families to raise their children at home.
The Israeli accessibility Center – a partner in determining international standards in the field of Hangsha, initiates and performs groundbreaking projects in Israel and abroad.
Together-the association for the integration of people with disabilities in society
Together – Promoting a combination of children with special needs in the community.
The ‘ Together ‘ association has been operating since 2008 to promote a full and meaningful combination of people with disabilities in the community.
We are concerned with employment, integration and education, integrating culture and leisure.
We work in front of the authorities and the Knesset and perform constant work to promote and integrate the integration into Israel through the advancement of laws and the creation of collaborations.
Voice of rights-for children with special needs
The joining of a child with special needs for the family is not simple. Reality meets some parents when they are in shock, but panic, helplessness and uncertainty in relation to the future.
These sensations make it difficult to act out of clarity and focus on the common purpose of the child’s benefit and to save the family cell.
Coping with raising a child with special needs is composed because of the transition to coping with the needs of the universal growth of each child, the family’s coping with medical diagnoses and treatments that are very the family budget,
The problems between doctors and therapists and dealing with bureaucracy and authorities can sometimes be very frustrating and relax.
The feeling that repeats itself among many parents is that we are waging battle for our child’s lives, and sometimes we remain exhausted in the battle against the red tape.
We often said the phrase – “I wish there was someone who would handle it in my place.” We said, and there was no one who would do anything. The Voice of rights was established precisely for this purpose.
We believe that it is our duty to help any parent or family who has a child with special needs to receive their rights and rights that are granted by law.
Each face is personally handled by the people and experts in the field of children’s rights with special needs until the problem is resolved or the difficulty in obtaining the right.
In six years of activity, we were going to 10,000 families to achieve NIS 100 million for their children.
Areas of assistance-social security, housing assistance, discounts on payments, legal support for nursing and medical malpractice, rehabilitation equipment, names, integration, assistants, transportation, therapeutic treatments and more.
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