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Kisharon and Langdon are merging

01 August 2023

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

Moving forward, we will operate as Kisharon Langdon, with the joint organisation offering the best possible opportunities to enable the Jewish learning disability and autism community to thrive.

Through extensive research conducted by Cordis Bright, it became evident that by coming together we could better meet our community’s future needs. By merging, Kisharon Langdon will be better placed to offer improved transitions through key educational stages, from nursery age upwards. A person-centred approach will continue for further education and employment opportunities, as well as for an enhanced supported living offering.

At the heart of Kisharon Langdon lies an unwavering commitment to the best interests of people with learning disabilities and autism, as well as their families. We remain dedicated to meeting the unique religious and cultural needs of Members and people we support. This is fuelled by our belief in the importance of empowering those we support to realise their ambitions and aspirations.

Your support and partnership has been instrumental in the past and we look forward to achieving remarkable things together. We eagerly anticipate the exciting possibilities that lie ahead, as we embark on this new journey in making an even greater positive impact within our community.

Richard Franklin
Chief Executive, Kisharon Langdon

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