Watch on YouTube The Aleh Negev-Nahalat Eran Rehabilitative Village serves as a warm, loving home offering the highest standard of care for infants, children and adults who suffer from cognitive and physical disabilities. The Village provides them with all the specialized services they need to live a quality life: residential living, medical care, rehabilitative and therapeutic treatment, special education, vocational … Read More
Watch on YouTube Friday, March 21, 2014, 20 ALEH children ran in the International Jerusalem Marathon, together with family members, staff and hundreds of volunteers from across the spectrum of Israeli society. Some of the children participated in the race in their wheelchairs, but a special group made their way along the track on their own two feet, using specialized … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube For the third straight year, a procession of over 300 marchers, including children with severe physical and cognitive disabilities under the care of ALEH (www.aleh.org), their families, caregivers, and volunteers and friends from around the globe, set out from ALEH’s Jerusalem facility to cross over the Jerusalem Chords Bridge in a powerful and symbolic … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube Team ALEH at the Jerusalem Marathon 2013 which took place on March 1, 2013 in Jerusalem Israel. Team ALEH in numbers 105 runners, 10 IDF (Israel Defense Force) soldiers, 80 dedicated volunteers and 20 ALEH Jerusalem residents. Among those who ran with Team ALEH were Knesset member Elazar Stern, Doron Almog, Major General (Res.) … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube Adir Schwartz continues in his family tradition of twinning his Bar Mitzvah with a resident of ALEH Jerusalem, Moshe Rapman. Adir, from Passaic, New Jersey reached his decision to include an ALEH resident in his special Simcha on his own. His act of chesed brought tremendous happiness to Moshe.
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube ALEH believes that disabled children should live like other children and that they should be able to experience an ‘out-Shabbat’ during the summer. The camp at the Shapira Center was a long weekend organized and conducted by dedicated volunteers. This was the first of its kind.
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube Detainees for petty crimes in Israel mentor children at ALEH residential facilities for children with severe physical and cognitive disabilities. The children enjoy spending time with their new friends, and the prisoners look forward to their weekly opportunity to “give back.” A win-win situation
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube This is an extraordinary story of Shalev, a toddler who was brought to ALEH Negev-Nahlat Eran in a state of total unresponsiveness. At ALEH’s rehabilitative village, with its latest technological equipment and multi-faceted solutions, Shalev has been able to receive practical and emotional responses to his special needs and he has been showing marked improvement in … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu speaks about ALEH’s southern facility which has revolutionized special needs education in the country by using the latest techniques and with a staff of dedicated and compassionate people. PM Netanyahu encourages people to visit ALEH Negev Nahalat-Eran and see how many lives have been “transformed in this small village.”
Watch Now |Watch on YouTube On July 1, ALEH surprised shoppers at the Mamilla Mall with a flashmob ‘dance.’ It was the first wheelchair Flashmob ever to be held in this part of the world! 20 residents of ALEH Jerusalem each accompanied by a volunteer waited in their wheelchairs at a different vantage point of the outdoor promenade and entered when … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube ALEH volunteers, staff and residents once again take to the streets of Jerusalem for what has become an annual march across the Bridge of Strings and conduct a ‘happening’ in the plaza below. Hundreds of marchers and viewers participate in the festivities and enjoy the pleasure experienced by the ALEH residents
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube With love and compassion, hundreds of volunteers help make the residents of ALEH feel like everyone else. “We are really not so different, you and I.” The volunteers spend hours creating joy and happiness for the disabled residents of the facility by dancing and singing and doing the same ‘sporty’ activities that every other boy … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube Volunteers at Jerusalem ALEH come from all over the world. Through parties, marches and other fun events, they provide the ALEH residents with the resources to develop and strengthen their physical and emotional capabilities. Volunteers at the Jerusalem facility provide the support staff necessary to the daily functioning of the center. At the same time, they … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube Over 300 marchers—including children in wheelchairs, their families, caregivers and volunteers and friends from around the globe-set out together to promote acceptance and integration of the disable community within Israeli society. ALEH’s Jerusalem facility provides a sympathetic ear to these children in the form of love, acceptance and patience.
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube ALEH believes that every child can flourish and reach his capacity through the showering of warmth and compassion 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With the constant affection and devotion by the professional staff at ALEH, children and young adults reach beyond their greatest dreams.
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube A cornucopia of happy times experienced by residents at ALEH’s summer camp. Although some of the children at ALEH are severely disabled, there are many who can appreciate a good time and enjoy spending their days out in the open air, being part of a summer camp experience just like any other boy or girl.
Watch Now |Watch on YouTube Major General (Res) Doron Almog describes in detail the rehabilitative village he helped found in the Negev for people with special needs, including his late son, Eran. In addition to serving its own ALEH residents, the staff of 500 at ALEH Negev-Nahlat Eran provides the highest quality care in all medical and paramedical spheres for the people … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube Ariel Schwartz of Passaic, New Jersey shares his Bar Mitzvah day with Chen Roth at ALEH Moriah. Ariel decided to share his special day as an act of chesed which he took upon himself to fulfill. The ceremony at the Kotel and at the communal lunch was Ariel’s way of telling Chen that they are … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube Daniel Liubarski and his friends host a concert of talented youngsters in the UK to raise money for ALEH. Founded in 1982, ALEH now has over 650 residents with a variety of disabilities including Autism, Cerebal Palsey, Down Syndrome and more. Today at ALEH, disabled people can develop way beyond their origina
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube Medical clowns help ALEH residents spend a happy and productive day. Medical clowns learn in a combination program of nursing and clown therapy. They are lively members of hospitals and institutions throughout Israel. At ALEH, they liven up the day by clowning around (what else?), singing and dancing.
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube ALEH uses the most advanced technological equipment and treatments to help its disabled resident reach their maximum potential. Sitting in a chair, watching a musical program on a large computer screen enables residents to develop their senses as well as their motor skills.
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube This is how ALEH Negev-Nahlat Eran journeyed from a dream to reality and the challenges faced by Major General (Res) Doron Almog, founder, along the way. Eran Almog z”l spent only a few years at ALEH Negev but during those years he taught his family how new values and a clearer view of what life is … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube ALEH Negev-Nahlat Eran as seen through the eyes of one of the residents. Shira comes to the rehabilitative village on a daily basis and participates in many activities such as painting, ‘real food’, occupational therapy and snoozeland—”another world.” ALEH offers a high-dependency unit for severely disabled children as well as a paramedical division which provides over … Read More
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube ALEH’s compassionate approach to caring enables its residents to reach their maximum abilities and go beyond. By encouraging their creative capabilities, the children are able to strengthen their cognitive, behavioral and motor skills. Many of items produced by the residents are sold through the ALEH website.
Watch Now | Watch on YouTube One family, one child. Receiving the medical and rehabilitative services they need with love and compassion, warmth and understanding, the disabled children at ALEH are able to reach great heights within their own close familial community. ALEH’s facilities provide every disabled child with the tools and treatments he needs to live a live that is … Read More