Review of Programs for Family Caregivers of People with Dementia
The goal of the review was to present innovative, up-to-date programmatic directions and programs that are less well known in Israel and could improve the caregivers' quality of life.
Integration of Young Ethiopian Israelis into Higher Education: Contributing Factors and Barriers
The goal of this project was to learn how Ethiopian-Israeli students perceive successful integration into academic studies.
A Time for Leisure — Social Activity for Housebound Members of Supportive Communities: An Evaluation Study
The goals of the study were to examine the program's implementation and contribution to participants with the focus on the sense of loneliness social involvement and psychological wellbeing.
The Shortage of Arab Professionals in Mental-Health Services — Causes and Solutions
The goals of the study were to identify the obstacles to recruiting Arab students into the various training tracks for mental-health professions and to subsequently finding work in their professions.
Evaluation of the Needs of Elderly Bereaved Parents
The goal of this stusy is learn the specific needs of elderly bereaved parents in order to provide a better service, with an emphasis on the needs of older parents and those living in the periphery.
Evaluation of a Mentoring Program for Parents with Disabilities in the Haredi Community
The current study sought mainly to examine the changes to be made in the original program (for the general population) to adapt it to the characteristics and special needs of the haredi population.
Trees Don’t Grow in Workbooks: Extracting Knowledge and Action Principles from the Educational School Gardens Program
The program is designed to create a green lung in schools and allow the students and teachers experiential, out-of-the-classroom learning.
Attendance Officers in Israel – Analysis of Data from a Decade of Work with School Dropouts and Disengaged (Administrative Files 2005-2015)
The study is part of a joint initiative to structure the profession of attendance officer (AO) and strengthen the AOs' work.
Preparing Ethiopian-Israeli Youth for Military Service
The goal of this research is to identify programmatic directions and recommend policy to improve the preparation of Ethiopian Israelis for military service, and thereby lead to improved quality of their service.
The Center for Advancement of Special Populations (Makam) – Integration into Military Service and Civilian Life of all Makam Recruits from 1993-2010
The goal of the study was to describe the background characteristics of Makam soldiers enlisting in 1993- 2010 and evaluate their integration into military service and subsequently into civilian life.
Who Cares for the Caregiver? How the Health Services Address the Needs of Family Caregivers
The study helps to identify the health needs of family caregivers and those in high-risk groups.
Executive Training and Development Programs for Managers, Leadership Reserves and Senior Staff at the Ministry of Finance: Summary of the First Six Cohorts
This report presents a retrospective examination of the inter-divisional executive training and development programs for managers, future leaders, and senior staff at the Ministry of Finance (MOF).
A Group Sheltered-Employment Program in the Free Market for People with an Intellectual Disability — Evaluation of the Initial Stages
The purpose of the study is to learn about the implementation of the program in its early years, obstacles to its operation, and its contribution to the target population.