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Jobs on the horizon

Newfound confidence, happiness and the joy of finding your place in society are benefits brought to people with learning disabilities through The Wohl Employability Programme.

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The Duke of Edinburgh opens Kisharon Noé School

Pupils took centre stage at Kisharon Noé School on Thursday when it was officially opened by the Duke of Edinburgh.

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Join the Langdon Brady Club

A warm and friendly welcome is assured at the Langdon Brady Club for children and young adults – even those at mainstream school – who find it hard to mix.

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Friday Night Feasts

“We’re delighted that people who rarely participate in anything else come to the Friday Night Dinners,” said Debbie Rees, Head of Social Care Programming.

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Can you help?

Visitors at Bygone Times, the sprawling antiques fair in Chorley, Manchester can find toys for 25p or genuine antiques costing upwards of £10k, but it’s the purchase of any item from Bee-Spoke – the Kisharon Langdon stall – that brings the greatest joy.

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A magical find

One of two copies available in the world of a compendium of tricks by the late Canadian magician Stewart James is  one of the remarkable tomes to be found now at New Chapters, Kisharon Langdon’s secondhand book business.


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Israel crisis – how we’re coping

When the Israel/Gaza conflict began, first thoughts were for members. One-to-one sessions were run to air anxieties, anger and worries about security. Counselling organisations were lined up to offer more specialised support to anyone who needed it.

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Our Rosh Hashanah appeal 2023

This Rosh Hashanah marks a new beginning for people with learning disabilities and autism in our community. As one unified organisation supporting over 450 people,
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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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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.