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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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Mazel tov to Her Majesty

Kisharon’s Jubilee street party was fixed for a pre-lunchtime hour and a half, but with the best food, music and company, celebrations went on all afternoon.

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We’re putting fitness first

Fitness and wellbeing take top priority at Kisharon, with staff pulling out the stops to encourage people to keep active.

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Our three essential qualities for a job in care. Do you match up?

Not every career requires a university education or a fistful of qualifications. The caring profession is one of them.

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A new home opens for women

Five women with learning disabilities will be starting independent lives at Kisharon’s new supported living home in Decoy Avenue, Golders Green.

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Kisharon salutes its heros

Kisharon’s support workers put the people they cared for above the needs of their own families during the first lockdown.

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Preparing for winter

For most of us, turning up the thermostat a few degrees is our only preparation for winter, but at Kisharon, getting ready for a colder spell isn’t so straightforward, especially with Covid on the rise.

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Homecoming for Jess

The Nesbitt family have just bade farewell to an unexpected lockdown guest. Their beloved daughter, Jess, 23 who has learning disabilities, has just moved from the family home back to her Kisharon supported living flat.

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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.