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The Publications Unit provides editorial, translation, and publishing services for the research staff and collaborating organizations. To date, the Institute has published almost 1400 publications in various fields of research. Publications from 2000 and onwards can be downloaded in full text from the Institute website.

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 January 2010 – April 2014

 

 

 

 

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Needs of Children in Israel Aged 6-11: Data from Surveys from the Past Decade

Needs of Children in Israel Aged 6-11: Data from Surveys from the Past Decade

2016
There is No Such Thing as a Small Success: Celebrating Success Stories in ALEH Centers

There is No Such Thing as a Small Success: Celebrating Success Stories in ALEH Centers

The network of Aleh centers provide a warm home and therapeutic and rehabilitation services for people with medium or severe intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Learning From Success Unit at the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute documented ten success stories of Aleh staff.
2016
Daycare Centers for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities: Survey of Parents

Daycare Centers for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities: Survey of Parents

The current survey addressed the parents' satisfaction with various aspects of the care provided by the centers. It also examined their experience of the support they receive from the centers in caring for their children and in managing their family life.
2016
Certification of Caregivers of People with Intellectual Development Disabilities in Residential Care: Evaluation Study

Certification of Caregivers of People with Intellectual Development Disabilities in Residential Care: Evaluation Study

The certification course for caregiversis is provided by the MOSAS Central School for Social Workers and is intended to improve the quality of care of the residents by raising the caregivers' professional level. It is also intended to empower them, increase their motivation, reduce burnout and stress, reduce the turnover of caregivers, increase the caregivers' commitment to the organization, and increase the prestige of the profession of caregiving. The study examined whether the certification process was achieving these goals
2016
Knowledge and Attitudes of Community Physicians and the General Public regarding End-of-Life and Palliative Care

Knowledge and Attitudes of Community Physicians and the General Public regarding End-of-Life and Palliative Care

2016
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