ALEH is currently nearing completion of a new educational and rehabilitative complex in Israel’s central region. This project comes in response to overcrowding in the existing Bnei Brak frameworks, and the need for a comprehensive educational and therapeutic framework for hundreds of children with disabilities from throughout the Gush Dan area of Israel. The large, innovative complex will be located … Read More
ALEH is much more than a network of support care facilities. For residents, ALEH is a warm and loving home, founded on the belief that every individual is special; that each human being is equally deserving of love and respect, and deserves the opportunity to develop to full potential and enjoy a high quality of life. Almost 20% of ALEH’s … Read More
ALEH Moriah continues to use assistive technology, offering unique solutions to residents’ communication, educational and recreational activities. The professional staff uses iPads as technological tools, aiding them to access residents’ inner world, gain a better understanding of their desires, and allow residents to express needs and preferences in instances in which verbal communication is lacking. These extraordinary communicative devices are … Read More
A generous donation enabled ALEH Jerusalem to add two additional girls to its cadre of bnot sherut during the 2016-2017 academic year. It would be no exaggeration to say that Esti and Hodaya are truly changing lives at ALEH Jerusalem. Hodaya, who lives in Maaleh Adumim, was born in Israel to parents who had immigrated from Ethiopia in their teens. … Read More
Residents of ALEH Bnei Brak have a new special treat – a therapy garden and petting zoo, that go hand in hand with gardening and animal therapies – a gift of the CEPHAS Foundation (Netherlands). The program provides an integrative framework of experiential teaching and therapeutic goals for ALEH residents. The program began with the establishment of a beautiful garden. … Read More
Over 700 children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and medical conditions receive advanced medical, educational and rehabilitative care in ALEH’s four residential facilities. In addition, ALEH provides over 26,000 outpatient treatments annually. At ALEH, we look beyond the disability to the child within. By nurturing development and enriching quality of life, we enable each child to reach their potential.
Under construction for over a year, the new hydrotherapy pool at ALEH Jerusalem is scheduled to open this October. The pool will enable 220 hydrotherapy treatments per week for ALEH’s children and for people with special needs from the community. This is an exciting and important addition to the therapies available in Jerusalem.
FeelMemory® is a unique online space to keep the memories of the ones we love alive forever. Via the FeelMemory app, you can construct a memorial page, including images, videos and letters, and invite your family and friends to view and share it. The best part is that you page visitors can donate to ALEH in memory of your loved … Read More
ALEH residents throughout Israel look forward to the summer and all the special activities it brings. The change in routine broadens their horizons, gives them experiences they would otherwise never enjoy, and creates long-lasting memories. Residents of ALEH Negev-Nahalat Eran enjoyed a wonderful day at the beach in Ashkelon, initiated and organized by a unit of Israeli Navy soldiers! After … Read More
Shira is a sociable, communicative girl, with substantial learning abilities and a high level of motivation. She is a high-dependency resident at ALEH, who needs assistance in all aspects of daily life. Her muscle tone is increased and variable, and does not enable proper hand function. However, Shira is able to indicate her choices through her visual focus: she focuses … Read More
Nitsan Almog’s heartfelt words at the ceremony naming of Nahalat Eran My one and only brother Eran, my little prince, We came here today all together for the first time – Rani, Yali and Ori and I. For the first time I’m standing in the house you loved so much as a mother with a family, but you are no longer … Read More
My dear brother Eran, Throughout your life and now in your death, you presented me with challenges. Throughout your life and now in your death, you demanded from me maturity. You demanded from me unconditional love; you demanded from me unlimited sensitivity. I will never know from where I drew the strength during those difficult moments of parting from you. … Read More
I so much wanted to see you smile and frolic in the open spaces of the village we built. I dreamt of teaching you to ride a horse, running with you through the yellow-green expanses of the Negev, riding together on a jeep, seeing you enjoy the burgers Savta Margalit prepared for you, swimming together in the pool, hugging you, kissing you and seeing your blue … Read More