ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran
ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran
Our residents are the most vulnerable, high-risk members of Israel society. They cannot ensure their own safety and hygiene, and they all have compromised immune systems and weak respiratory functioning. With the global pandemic raging in Israel, ADI’s primary concern is ensuring the safety and continued health of our residents, and that the intensive care and rehabilitative services they need remain on track.
As of mid-March, no visitors have been permitted to enter the ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran Rehabilitation Village. Volunteers have been sent home, and all staff members receive ongoing special training and are under strict scrutiny, including weekly testing. The sobering new reality of a more limited staff is a challenge we are dealing with determination and dedication, with every member on duty extending themselves to ensure that we provide the best possible care and safety for our residents.
This is a time when we are making extraordinary efforts that go beyond anything we have known to date in order to maintain the health of our residents.
$1,800 – SENSORY TOYS
Provides sensory stimulation for residents with visual and hearing impairments through sound, motion, and flashing lights.
$2,500 – ENHANCED HYDROTHERAPY PROGRAM
Sponsor one month of classes for 12 students who indicate marked improvement from hydrotherapy.
$3,600 – THERAPEUTIC SAFARI PETTING ZOO PROGRAM
Sponsor one month of animal therapy for residents. The program provides hands-on animal care providing sensory stimulation, nurture and bonding, and motor skills practice.
$5,000 – VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM
Vocational training for one young adult with cognitive or physical disabilities offering them meaningful and challenging employment opportunities.
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Dear Ruth, Have the happiest of birthdays. Enjoy the coming years in good health and have great times with your wonderful family. Love, Hinda and Eric
Very touched by recent (week of 12/11/23) visit to site with JNF Mission group
This donation is in memory of Lee Aronson
Intrivo supports JNF’s mission with Adi Negev in helping our disabled children. A special thank you to JNF’s Eva Katz for her relentless work.
This donation is on behalf of the 7th graders of CBJ.
Our sons are donating a portion of their recent Bar Mitzvah gifts -- our oldest son had a chance to visit Adi Negev last summer with our synagogue (Congregation Beth Jacob in Redwood City, California) and was amazed by everything going on there. Keep up the great work!
For a blessing of love, health and continued commitment to all involved in creating and continuing Aleh Negev.
For ADI Negev!