The center for deaf-blind persons

BETH DAVID INSTITUTE

This website describes the work of the Center for Deaf-Blind Persons in Israel, which provides a variety of rehabilitation services and programmes including a learning centre, a social recreational club, an early identification programme, an ulpan for deaf-blind new immigrants, a psycho-drama workshop and a role model programme for children with Usher syndrome. In addition, specific deafblind information is given for related research articles, personal accounts of disability, international links and details of Israeli disability rights and services

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