Fashion Photographer Empowering the DisabledRick Guidotti, formerly an award-winning former fashion photographer, now works to expose "the beauty in human diversity".
'Israel Has Come a Long Way in Treating Disabled'Beit Issie Shapiro holds International Conference on Disabilities.
ALEH Negev Shows No Limit to What Disabled Can DoALEH Negev's rehabilitation hosts Congressional staffers and shows them how Israeli ingenuity can change how we care for its vulnerable.
Can Technology Change the Lives of the Disabled?Physical therapists, innovators, and technologists meet in Tel Aviv to develop problem-solving machines for the handicapped.
Increasing Disabled Persons in Civil ServiceThe Cabinet approved Sunday PM's initiative to increase employment of disabled persons in civil service. Directives to be issued in 45 days.
Special Needs Soldiers Are 'Great in Uniform'Unique project allowing disabled youth to serve in the IDF and integrate into Israeli society is increasing its scale.
Ariel U Eases Access for Students with DisabilityAriel University program to ease access for those with handicaps, poor vision, poor hearing, and learning disabilities.
A Family’s Medical Challenge Leads to AliyahMost people immigrate to Israel for spiritual, religious or familial reasons, and medical care doesn't usually factor into the equation.
Terror Victim’s Message: Despair is Just a MaskTerror attack survivor Asael Shabo, who lost his mother and three siblings, has a message of hope for Purim.
Soldier: IDF Service Possible with One ArmSoldier Eliran Oster serves in the IDF, trains and even plays basketball, all with just one hand.
Aleh Dedicates New Special Ed School in JerusalemThe ALEH network for special children last week began the new year by dedicating a new school for its children in Jerusalem.
Innovators Win 2012 Ruderman Disability PrizeThe Ruderman Foundation has announced its selection of 10 winners of its 2012 Prize in Disability. Four are Israeli organizations.