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Kisharon took part in European Independent Living Day, which was marked in 30 countries across Europe – and as far as Iraq.
The special bracha Birkat Ha’llanot was recited – with support from Clive Rosenfeld – on the first sighting of blossom on a fruit tree in the garden at Leeside Crescent.
Trying to change your diet for the better and to move more? People supported by Kisharon are doing just the same.
The dream of providing supported living in Stamford Hill has become a reality at last.
Social care professionals from Latvia and Estonia shadowed staff for two days at Tuffkid Nursery and Kisharon School. Their visit was part of Kisharon’s ongoing relationship with the ECJC, the European Council of Jewish Communities.
Graphic designer Marc Harding teamed up with his daughter Lola, 12, to produce a large and colourful painting for Kisharon’s Hanna Schwalbe supported living facility in Golders Green.
Chief Executive Dr Beverley Jacobson led her team to victory in a Kisharon v Langdon football match on Mitzvah Day.
Shabbat UK started at Tuffkid nursery with 30 children taking part in a challah bake.
Eli Cohen proudly fixed the mezuzah to the front door of the former Hanna Schwalbe care home in Leeside Crescent, Golders Green, which is now seven flats for people with learning disabilities, following a £500k renovation.
“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.