Access and engagement of adults with lifelong, temporary or newly developed disabilities
Advocacy & Community Partnerships
Engaging congregants of all ages in advocating for disabilities inclusion as a human rights issue
Specific, educationally sound and spiritually sensitive strategies to prepare all kinds of learners to become B’nai Mitzvah
Advancing understanding and creating effective educational, spiritual and social participation for the deaf and hard of hearing
Early Childhood Education
Strategies and tools for nurturing Jewish educational experiences for young children with disabilities while shaping positive attitudes towards disabilities
Highlighting the importance and benefits of inclusive employment, and providing skills and strategies to become a more inclusive employer
Develop additional skills, strategies and understanding to make possible the full participation of all people with disabilities
Strategies, tools and skills to assist your community in becoming more inclusive in the New Year and beyond
Ways of advancing understanding while creating spiritual and social support for those living with mental illness
Effective strategies and tools to create successful inclusive Jewish educational experiences for all children and all kinds of learners
Youth Group, High School & College Programming
Strategies for creating inclusive programming for youth group, high school and college students
Creating entry points, access and participation in worship for all members of our communities
February is Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM)!
Click here to read all of the wonderful blog posts and articles from the URJ and Disabilities Inclusion Learning Center contributors in 2017.
The URJ-Ruderman Disabilities Inclusion Initiative was proud to partner with Whole Community Inclusion at Jewish Learning Ventures on a fabulous webinar led by Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer that is great for all Jewish Holidays. Click here to watch this important webinar today!
This great list of “10 Tips on Creating and Effective Inclusion Team” is taken from Brookes Publishing‘s The Preschool Inclusion Toolbox. Download the infographic today to find great tips for creating your congregation’s inclusion team!
This study session is an introduction to the Disabilities Inclusion Learning Center.
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