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Supporting Beit Issie Families, Supporting All Israelis

At this time of national emergency, Beit Issie Shapiro is launching services to support families from the North and South of Israel and people with disabilities

Campaign by: Beit Issie Shapiro (580071850)
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In the wake of the recent atrocities, the impact is felt deeply by every Israeli citizen, leaving us collectively grappling with the trauma.

Since October 7th, our dedicated team at Beit Issie Shapiro has been tirelessly working, providing crucial services:

  • Conducting 450+ therapy sessions and offering respite to evacuees and residents in Israel's North and South. We've extended our care to individuals from various locations, including Kiryat Shmona, Menara, Ashkelon, Ashdod, Sderot, Ofakim, Netivot, Zimrat, and Nir Am. Our range of therapies includes Hydrotherapy, Emotional Therapy, Emergency Dental Treatments, Sports Therapy, and Multisensory Therapy.
  • Continuing to offer essential support to 2,000+ people with disabilities and their families each month. In addition to our regular services, we're providing extra resources such as Emotional Therapy, Coping Tools and Mechanisms, Support Groups, Home-visits, and Practical Assistance.
  • Assisting over 500 professionals with training and resources, equipping them to help individuals with disabilities cope with the impact of war. Our reach extends to disability organizations, medical professionals, IDF casualty officers, as well as individuals with disabilities and their families.
  • Spearheading a national project through Beit Issie's Tech Center, in collaboration with The Joint (JDC), Israel's Home Front Command, the Ministry of Welfare, and the Ministry of Defense. This initiative focuses on creating a digital bracelet designed specifically for the hearing impaired and those with cognitive challenges. The bracelet provides alerts for incoming missiles and other emergencies.
  • Establishing an emergency network of 70+ volunteers committed to supporting people with disabilities, their families, and evacuees. This network engages in various activities, including driving evacuees to and from Beit Issie Shapiro, visiting individuals with disabilities unable to leave their homes, and working with children and families.


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