March 11, 2011 1:14am
Israel’s silent revolution in helping the disabled must be shared with the rest of the Middle East, with the world, to allow those who will never have a voice to finally be heard, writes an official with ALEH, Israel’s largest network of residential facilities for children with severe physical and cognitive disabilities.
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