Steve Eidelman

Both Pioneers: Early Zionists, And Today's Inclusion Advocates

Last week I observed a first-of-its kind gathering – a five-day intensive professional training for American Jewish leaders on inclusion of people with disabilities. The forum took place in a kosher retreat center outside of Baltimore, and people had came from many cities to learn a special curriculum that was designed by inclusion experts Shelly Christensen and Prof. Steve Eidelman.

Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi

A New Institute Is Born, Because Including People With Disabilities Takes Skill

We often ask ourselves what would happen if our leaders were skilled at including people with disabilities and their families as full participants in the lives of their communities?

Steven Eidelman

To Serve Children With Disabilities, We Must Invest In Our Professionals

02/07/2013
Special To The Jewish Week

All Jewish children, regardless of their skills and abilities, should get a shot at Jewish life. It’s their birthright. Jewish children with disabilities should no longer be denied access to Jewish day schools and other institutions. But for that to happen, we need to use best practices.

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