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Kisharon joins forces to plan ahead for the community

Kisharon is to work together with Langdon and Norwood to evaluate learning disability services in the community to develop strategies that will meet the future needs of young people and adults.

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Hadassa Kessler appointed director

Hadassa Kessler has been appointed Director of Operations and Development at Kisharon. She will take up the post on September 1.

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Decision soon on welfare rights appeal

Judgement is expected soon at the High Court following a landmark appeal by Rosa Monckton to retain parents’ rights to make important decisions about the welfare of their children with learning disabilities once they reach 18.

 

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Pesach means…

Pesach is a highlight of the Jewish year, but what makes it memorable for you?

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Fight for social inclusion

Society sometimes treats people with learning disabilities unfairly and Ian Piczenik, Support Assistant at Kisharon Vocational College, is passionate about creating change.

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Fit for life

Under fives who are physically active for at least three hours a day will adopt the activity habit and become healthy and fit adults, Tuffkid Nursery staff learnt at a training session.

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Richard Franklin appointed as Chief Executive

“Kisharon is a remarkable and unique organisation in which it is my privilege to serve,” he said.

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Kisharon welcomes NHS Long Term Plan

Kisharon has welcomed the health targets set in the NHS Long Term Plan, and the new job opportunities it pledges for adults with learning disabilities and autism.

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Disability World: degree first for Sarah

Sarah Gordy, who has starred in Call the Midwife, and was made an MBE in November, is the first person with Down’s Syndrome to receive an honorary degree from a UK university.

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Pirkei Avos
“The world stands on three things: Torah, the service of G-d, and deeds of kindness.” Kisharon looks at the person not the disability, teaching Torah, Middos and Mitzvot embracing and cherishing everybody’s special talent and bringing out the best in them.