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Kisharon and Langdon unite to form Kisharon Langdon 

Kisharon and Langdon, two leading organisations dedicated to supporting individuals with learning disabilities and autism, have announced their merger after a rigorous two-year process.

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Kisharon and Langdon are merging

I am pleased to announce that after a rigorous two-year process, the Kisharon and Langdon merger process has now started.

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Matzah, Seder, locusts and frogs

Preparing for Pesach starts early at Kisharon with everyone keen to familiarise themselves once again with the Pesach story and traditions.


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Purim – how we make it happen

The run-up to Purim at Kisharon can be just as hectic as the day itself and staff start preparations early so everyone can enjoy the noisiest, most boisterous – but arguably the most fun – festival in the Jewish calendar.

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Our mishloach manot – a big hit

The sheer volume of orders for mishloach manot took everyone by surprise and kept people at Kisharon busy for weeks.

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Welcome to our new recruits

Kisharon now has its second Year 12 intake of new staff on board – 16 students from schools including Hasmonean High School, JFS and  Haberdashers’ Boys’ School.

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Taste of life as a support worker for Chief Executive Richard

Giving a person we support a shower, helping with their breakfast and lending them a hand at the shops was all in a day’s work for Kisharon Chief Executive Richard Franklin when he did a shift as a support worker.

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Listening Exercise Launched on Proposed Merger

Three years ago, Langdon and Kisharon commissioned a report into the provision of services for people with learning disabilities and autism in the Jewish community, with the aim of projecting future need over the next 15+ years.

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No summer slack at Day Opps!

Kisharon’s adult day opportunities, offering rewarding times for those with learning disabilities, can be a lifeline for parents and support workers during the summer months.

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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.