Join us for a fun and meaningful weekend retreat for families with children with disabilities!
Parents will have the opportunity to relax, celebrate Shabbat, and meet other families with similar experiences and exchange ideas and resources. Siblings will participate in group activities together, developing bonds in a safe and supportive environment, and children and young adults with disabilities will enjoy a variety of activities and opportunities for socialization with experienced counselors and staff.
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The Tikvah Program at Camp Ramah in New England was one of the first summer programs for Jewish children with disabilities. More than 40 years old, the Tikvah Program continues to grow and evolve as it strives to serve campers with a wide range of disabilities, including (but not limited to) cognitive impairments, autism, cerebral palsy and seizure disorders. The Tikvah Program, an integral part of the 800-person Camp Ramah in New England community, consists of three tracks: Amitzim (our camp program),Tochnit Avodah (our vocational training program), and Inclusion.
If you have any questions about the Tikvah Family Shabbaton, or the summertime Tikvah program, please contact Tali Cohen, Director of Tikvah Vocational Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-702-5290 x108
Adult Weekend Price: $100
Child Weekend Price: $50
Event Location: Camp Ramah in New England
39 Bennett Street, Palmer, 01069
Until Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 12:45 am
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