In front of Shira’s camera, Jewish women open up about infertility, single-hood, divorce, and the pains of being excluded.
Carla Naumburg’s book, “Ready, Set, Breathe: Practicing Mindfulness With Your Children For Fewer Meltdowns And A More Peaceful Family”, delivers on its subtitle.
As facilitator of the Simcha Program, Ohel’s dating initiative, Sarah Kahan acts as a relationship coach and matchmaker for a population that would normally be consigned to the bottom tier of eligible singles.
A Knesset worker and his fiancee, both with special needs, have petitioned Speaker Yuli Edelstein for permission to be married there.
Judy Brown used to call her brother ‘crazy as a bat.’ Turns out he was just autistic — and in a new memoir, the ex-Hasidic author recounts learning to love him.
The issue of disabilities is enjoying greater prominence than ever in the Jewish communal world.
As the number of children diagnosed with disabilities grows, Jewish schools face two vexing questions: Do parents have a right to expect those children to be served? And at what price?
SCHOOL SOLUTIONS: Parents of special needs students often complain that Jewish day schools fail to serve them. One school in Norwood, Mass., has found an answer.