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First City Day School For Children With Disabilities Finds A Home

10/30/2013
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New York City’s first Jewish day school for children with disabilities is planning to build its home on the site of what used to be an Upper West Side synagogue’s pool.

The Weinberg Foundation: How To Make Affordable Housing Truly Affordable

Regular readers of this blog know that inclusion is a familiar theme. One of the largest private foundations in the country, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, defines inclusion as people with and without disabilities living together in scattered sites in the community, and people of different income levels to living together—double integration.

The Weinberg Foundation helps make housing truly affordable to people with disabilities. Photo courtesy Weinberg Foundation

Weinberg Foundation: Project To Set Standards For Home Caregivers

02/05/2013

A new $2.95 million project will set national standards and guidelines for home caregivers.

Funders Debate Inclusion During Tour Of Camps

Philanthropists get an education in special-needs camping along twisting Pocono roads.

08/07/2012
Staff Writer

Usually, eating is the fun part and cleanup is a chore.

That’s not how they do it at Camp Nesher, an Orthodox overnight camp in the Poconos, where on any given day, lunch or dinner will turn the dining hall into a disco.

A raucous gang of campers — some with disabilities — whoops it up after dinner at Camp Nesher. Helen Chernikoff
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