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Party with Moishe’s team

When Moishe Goldblatt asked to celebrate his 40th birthday at the UJIA where he volunteers, staff were only too happy to oblige.

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Disability World: Emojis

Emojis depicting disability will be available soon. The 13 new icons, from Apple are a starting point to better represent people with disabilities on the emoji keyboard.

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Support us on Purim

Help Kisharon coin it in this Purim by collecting for us! You’ll be in with a chance of winning our big prizes for top collector and best fancy dress.

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Shabbat for inclusion

Individuals from Kisharon joined congregations across the world last Shabbat for ShabbaTTogether, celebrating disability inclusion and mental health awareness.

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Personalised for Pesach

Kisharon is selling personalised bottles of wine and grape juice for Seder tables, or to give as presents this Pesach, packed by people with learning disabilities.

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Ambition fulfilled

Levi Hyams’ dream of travelling, with support, to his native Amsterdam has been brought to life in a remarkable Kisharon Together We Grow programme.

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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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Kisharon School: ‘a jewel in the crown’

Kisharon School is ‘a jewel in the crown of the community’ and its free school status is driving up educational standards, Lord Polak (Conservative) said at a House of Lords debate this week on the contribution made by free schools in improving educational standards.

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Making sleep come easy

Families of young children with disabilities anticipate years of sleep deprivation…but this need not be the case says Child Psychologist Ann Herreboudt.

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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.