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Work on the horizon with new employment workshops

Employment workshops are starting at Kisharon Langdon to ease the path of people with learning disabilities into paid or unpaid work.

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Chanukah giving

A consignment of 200 paint-your-own dreidel packs have been assembled by the enterprise team of people with learning disabilities, and more supplies are on standby if stock runs out.

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Jobs on the horizon

Newfound confidence, happiness and the joy of finding your place in society are benefits brought to people with learning disabilities through The Wohl Employability Programme.

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Honey, gifts to treasure and much, much more

“People we support love this work,” said Aviva Braunold, organiser of this year’s Rosh Hashanah packing project.

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Paid jobs for Year 12 students

Eight boys and girls from Hasmonean High School and JFS in Kisharon’s Year 12 Programme are just starting their first paid work shifts, and another wave of recruitment is planned at the start of the new academic year in September.

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Jobs…and not a moment too soon

New business confidence is bringing an upturn in jobs for people with learning disabilities.

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Fair chance at work for all

A few days ago, an email arrived with the subject line: ‘Moishe asked to have this in the Kisharon newsletter.’

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New Year, New Job?

When it comes to job satisfaction and fulfilment Ephraim Cohen’s job delivers – in spades. The 21-year-old Mancunian is a new support worker at Kisharon’s house in Montpelier Rise, Golders Green, home to five young men with mild to moderate learning disabilities.

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Shana Tova – and refuah shlema

Patients in hospital over Rosh Hashanah can make kiddush and enjoy apple dipped in honey. The kiddush boxes, which have been paid for by an anonymous donor, will be presented to patients with a hearty L’Shana Tova meal from Bedside Kosher.


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“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.