THROUGH SHIRA’S EYES
December 14, 2006
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 10,000 treatments annually to out patients from the surrounding communities.
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