The Keshatot Children Foundation

The "Keshatot" (Rainbow) Center for autistic children functions as a kindergarten and a primary school, for 80 pupils ages 3-13. The goal of the Center is to enhance the children's ability to participate in mainstream society. A unique program is built for each child, integrating physical, emotional and academic activities. The students enjoy a variety of paramedical treatments on a regular basis. Some of these treatments are subsidised by the state (speech therapy, occupational therapy and emotional therapy), but other treatments are funded only by donations. As part of our determination to provide our children the best tailored treatment they deserve, The Keshatot Center en...
New playground for the Keshatot School
 
This project will renovate the playground at the Keshatot school for autistic children (305 sqm). The current playground includes sand as the surface, which irritates many of the children and causes and a few old swings. We wish to create a shaded playground, with synthetic grass and specialized recreational facilities (jungle gym. new swings, etc.), according to the recommendations of the occupational therapists and the school staff.
 
   

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