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The Better Together Program in Kiryat Shemona and Arrabe

An evaluation report on the coronavirus crisis community solutions for individuals and families in vulnerable Israeli neighborhoods participating in the Better Together program. Better Together is a Joint-Ashalim program developed to strengthen social mobility. דו”ח מחקר בנושא פתרונות קהילתיים לפרטים ומשפחות בשכונות חלשות במהלך משבר הקורונה בישראל במסגרת תכנית מוטב יחדיו – ג’וינט אשלים, התומכת […]

Document / Presentation 2020

Distance Learning Lab in the Periphery

This presentation focuses on long-term insights for education in the geographic periphery based on lessons learned and knowledge accumulated in the lab during the COVID-19 crisis Partners: the Ministry of Education

Document / Presentation 2020

A Message to Professionals 

We asked LGBT youth what message they would like to send to professionals Partners: Ministry of Education, Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Social Services, Ministry of Aliyah and Integration, City Without Violence  

Video 2018

Shemesh: Complete Family Rehabilitation for Families of Children with Special Needs

This report focuses on the evaluation of “Shemesh” in two sites, Rosh HaAyin and Ashkelon. It examines the extent to which goals set for the program were achieved within the family, group, and community domains; and suggests possible explanations, conclusions and recommendations for further assimilation Partners: The National Insurance Institute

Document / Presentation 2015

The Right to be Heard

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) allows people with disabilities to give testimony in an interrogation and court of law Partners: Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs, and Social Services , Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Education, National Insurance Institute, Israel Police, Haruv Institute, ISAAC, Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Charitable Foundation

Video 2014

Seeing the Child: An Assessment of a Psycho-Social Teacher Training Approach

Published in The International Journal of Pedagogy and Curriculum. This article presents findings from a study that assessed the quality of instruction in an innovative teacher training program at the David Yellin College of Education in Jerusalem. The program aims to prepare future teachers to deal effectively with the emotional and educational needs of students in […]

Document / Presentation 2014

Common Fate: Therapists’ Benefits and Perils in Conducting Child Therapy Following the Shared Traumatic Reality of War

Published in the Clinical Social Work Journal, the study examines the experiences of therapists who treated children identified as suffering from post-traumatic distress following the Second Lebanon War between Israel and Hezbollah Partners: Ministry of Education

Document / Presentation 2014

Code Red Song: Guidebook

The “Code Red Song” is a proposed alternative coping mechanism for the emotional distress caused in the event of a missile attack for children and adults alike. By choosing to sing the song and perform its accompanying movements, the person opts for an alternative response, which in turn reflects an ability to internally handle the […]

2014

Bearing the Trauma: School-Based Interventions for Students Affected by Traumatic Events

A book on coping over time with trauma of any kind, whether due to national conflict,or to disasters at the personal, familial or social levels. The book focuses on the personal and professional aspects of counselors’ ability to intervene effectively with traumatized students, as well as the specific needs that traumatized children have. These needs […]

Document / Presentation 2008

Ashalim Celebrates a Decade of Activity: Accomplishments and Future Challenges

This document describes Ashalim’s activity during its ten years of existence, the background for its programs, and some of the major developments in professional approaches to children and youth at risk Partners: Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Social Services, UJA-Federation of New York

Document / Presentation 2008
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