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Weekly activities for young adults providing a social framework and enrichment. Kfar Shmaryahu


Handicapped young adults need social activities with peers just as much as any young person. However, handicapped often find themselves socially isolated and lacking a suitable framework for their needs. Such social isolation greatly exacerbates whatever problems they are already coping with. The group offers the participants a social framework, reducing their isolation, and providing them with the opportunity to develop their social skills through weekly meetings, social activities, and special events

Target Audience

14 Young adults with disabilities


Enriching Social activities
Relief and fun with a social group


Once a week, October to June


96% of the participants enjoy being part of the group, and like the way, the meetings are conducted
100% like the special activities
98% are satisfied with the Ruppin students' activities and the topics they bring are interesting


Kfar Shmaryahu

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