By: Jesse Bernstein Jewish Exponent When Elie Klein describes ADI, he can’t help but plagiarize. But he insists it’s for a good cause. “I know that
As his Bar Mitzvah approached, Yonah Saban decided that he wanted to use his new status as a Jewish adult to make a real impact.
Daniel, a student at the ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran special education school, dreamed of having his Bar Mitzvah in Beit HaMikdash. This may sound far-fetched, but
Hi Shira, My name is Yasmine, and I am almost 12 years old. I am so exited to be your twin. As you know, Purim was a while
In a simpler time, pen pal relationships delighted children around the world. One child would write a letter (on paper, in his/her own handwriting) to
HAPPY THANKSGIVING! We are thankful for amazing friends like Mati Franco David and her 6th – 8th grade students at The Solomon Schechter Day School
The 6th grade class at The Solomon Schechter Day School in Marlboro, NJ chose ADI as their chessed project this year. Their first act of
Items in the ADI Boutique are handcrafted or designed by the children and young adults at ADI.
ADI has grown into a global community founded on the principles of sensitivity, inclusion, commitment and kindness. Building a better and more caring world, ADI is making a real difference in the lives of Israeli children with complex intellectual and developmental disabilities.