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Busy Mitzvah Day ahead

Mitzvah Day, (Sunday November 17), at Kisharon is a celebration of the big outdoors with exciting gardening projects and a Kisharon vs Langdon football match.

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Caring for others in the best way we can

Independence, freedom and an individual’s basic rights are championed in the Mental Capacity Act, (MCA), and these principals are fundamental to the way Kisharon delivers care and support.

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Keys to the door

Jessica has just moved into a supported living apartment and she’s thrilled to be starting a new life. Find out about

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Supported Living triumph

Supported Living at Kisharon has reached the finals of the prestigious LaingBuisson Awards which recognise and celebrate excellence and innovative services in health care.

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New start for adults

Long-standing Kisharon supporters Irving and Gillian Carter fixed mezuzot to two new supported living apartments at Leeside Crescent that were developed through their generosity.

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WIZO winners

Kisharon won the Commitment to Vocational Training prize at WIZO’s 2018 Commitment Awards. Dr Jo Garland of Infinity, won the Commitment to Sharing Expertise Award for her work with Kisharon to develop the Infinity app, engage staff and for rolling out the training programme.

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A rich and fulfilling life

Kisharon’s two new flats in Leeside Cresent were filled within days and a flurry of applicants for accommodation confirm that supported living is a rich life for those with learning disabilities.

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In loving memory of Rachel Brenig

Naomi Brenig has unveiled a plaque dedicating Kisharon’s new NW London Day Opportunities Centre to the memory of her daughter, Rachel Brenig z”l who was supported by Kisharon until she passed away in 2010.

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Top volunteering team

Six teenage girls who have helped at Kisharon every week for a year are an amazing example of youth volunteering.

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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.