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The sled was laden with gifts: a pillow, scarf, s’mores-making kit, hat, games, snow-building materials and more.
The post Children with special needs receive Hanukkah winter gifts from Friendship Circle appeared first on JNS.org.
Instead of hundreds of community members gathering together at a starting line for Friendship Circle of Cleveland’s 11th annual My Walk 4 Frie…
Friendship Circle will host a virtual Global Shabbat Party featuring celebrities at 7 p.m. June 11.
“Challah and Chicken Soup for the Quarantined Soul” includes rolls, grape juice, candles and homemade soup (matzah balls optional).
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With schedules disrupted, programs suspended and caretakers unable to report for work, people with disabilities, their families and professionals who work with them are experiencing new realities and experimenting with creative solutions.
The post How the coronavirus has disrupted the lives of Jewish young adults with disabilities, who thrive on routine appeared first on JNS.org.
Over 52,000 people crossed the finish line at the TCS New York City Marathon in 2018, and among them was Noah Leavitt, senior rabbi of Oheb Ze…
Rabbi Zalman Grossbaum mentioned that the name of the street is apropos given everything that goes on at the new LifeTown resource for those with special needs and their families.
The post ‘Miracle Way’ added to street name in Essex County, N.J. appeared first on JNS.org.
A sprawling state-of-the-art resource for individuals and families with special needs will add much-needed resources to an area with the highest rate of children with autism in the United States.
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Ten days before her final day on the job, Yael Ron found herself overseeing The Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland’s first off-site kosher catered event …