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The school also includes SULAM students in classes.Formal day school education for students with a range of disabilities on two campuses (MJBHA and Torah School); includes both an inclusion-based model and pull-out services. Includes a range of programs including life skill and vocational training and a program for gifted LD (twice exceptional) students.Thank you for your support to help us maintain the most up-to-date guide to facilitate fully inclusion of individuals with disabilities.Return to Disability and Inclusion home page on the Shalom DC website.This information is part of an on-going effort to create a virtual library of materials to connect individuals and their families to programs and services within our community.This crowd-sourcing guide is a community effort and we invite you to contact Lisa Handelman, Disability Inclusion Specialist to share updates and new information at Lisa. Only by engaging as a community can we develop the vision where we need to go next to become fully inclusive.
JCC of Northern Virginia: Offers books discussions, educational workshops, programs, classes and resources Washington DC JCC: Parenting center and classes Early Diagnosis & Support JSSA (Jewish Social Service Agency): Clinicians and professionals provide a range of services for parents and young children with autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays, physical disabilities and emotional or behavioral challenges.Middle School and High School program located at MJBHA.Program includes both an inclusion-based model and pull-out services. Includes a range of programs including life skill and vocational training and a program for gifted LD (twice exceptional) students. Smith Jewish Day School: Educational Support Service Department includes learning specialists and provides support for students with mild to moderate language based learning disabilities, ADHD, mild anxiety disorders, high functioning Asperger’s. Berman Hebrew Academy: Special educators provide reading, math and Hebrew/Judaic support to students with a range of disabilities including dyslexia, dysgraphia, executive function issues and ADHD.The Jewish Braille Institute provides free Jewish educational and liturgical reading materials to blind and visually impaired students.
Current community offerings for teens with disabilities: Jewish Education SULAM: Formal day school education for students with a range of disabilities.JCC of Greater Washington: A learning specialist assists the preschool.