show From Israel Rony Schenker
writes to tell me of a recent item in Jewish Journal,the largest Jewish weekly newspaper in the United States outside New York City
Executive Director of Tsad Kadima has been to Los Angeles. Whilst
there he was interviewed by disability activist and parent blogger
Michelle K. Wolf whose blog
Special Needs has
now reported this interview:
Her account, from what
sounds like a first exposure to Conductive Education, covers ground
familiar enough to readers of Conductive World.
The story of Conductive Education is a complicated one and I often wonder
how those who hear about it for the first time manage.
Some, I guess, do not. Despite some errors over some specific facts, however, Michelle
has made a decent job of creating a first awareness within a new
Never mind the specifics
which, right or wrong, are likely already forgotten by most
who read the posting. A general impression may have been
conveyed that there is something called Conductive Education, and
that it does good things in a field in which more good is
needed. Respect, Michelle.
own attention was particularly caught by the final paragraph of her posting:
asked Guy if there were Haredi
families who sent their children and young adults to Tsad
As it turns out, the clients in Tsad Kadima come from every sector,
secular to very religious Jews, and also Arab Israelis and Druze.Watch
see for yourself...
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