Senior Research Scholar
Facts and Figures – People with Disabilities in Israel 2018
Over the past ten years, there have been considerable advances in service development, legislation, and attitudes towards people with disabilities. This report, prepared by MJB and JDC Israel Unlimited, presents an up-to-date statistical overview of Israelis with disabilities, their needs, and the state of the service system.
People with Disabilities in Israel 2017: Main Findings
הדוח הנוכחי שהוכן על ידי מכון ברוקדייל, מבוסס בעיקרו על נתוני הסקר החברתי של הלשכה המרכזית לסטטיסטיקה משנת 2015. הדוח מציג נתונים עדכניים על שכיחות המוגבלות בישראל.
Children and Youth with Disabilities who are Subjected to Abuse and Neglect: Estimated Prevalence in Israel
Path to Independence Mentoring Program for Young Adults with Disabilities: 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
External Publication: Prevalence of ADHD among 7-9-Year-Old Children in Israel: A Comparison between Jewish and Arab Populations
The goal of this study is to assesse the prevalence of ADHD among a cohort of early school age children in the Jewish and Arab populations.
People with Disabilities in Israel: Facts & Figures
The State of Israel provides services to adults and children with disabilities. In recent years, various developments have promoted the integration of people with disabilities into all walks of life. Nevertheless, much remains to be done to improve their integration and help them realize their full potential. This booklet was prepared by the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute and Israel Unlimited. It presents up-to-date information as of 2014. We hope that the information will help furnish a picture of the situation, focus attention on the remaining challenges, and promote the efforts to address them.