ALEH Jerusalem as a Model of Accessibility for The Ministry of Education

In December, the Ministry of Education’s Accessibility Committee came to tour ALEH Jerusalem, in order to learn about various accessibility options. During the tour, the committee members learned a great deal about accessibility, including adaptation to various ages and conditions, available technologies, and also about adapting the entire community, families and staff to best interact with and serve the children.

Committee members were extremely impressed, both by the physical, psychological and emotional adaptation they witnessed, and by the incredible dedication of staff and volunteers, enabling the children to reach very significant achievements in daily routine and development.

In a letter to the staff of ALEH Jerusalem following the visit, the organizer wrote: “The educational tour has, beyond a doubt, left us with very significant impressions. It shook us all up – in the positive sense of the word… Well done!”