About Inclusion

Why Inclusion Is Organic to Chabad Philosophy
The Rebbe pioneered this concept in its truest form, valuing every person based solely on that person’s inner essence.
About the Ruderman-Chabad Inclusion Initiative (RCII)
RCII engages Chabad’s network of human and educational resources to create a Culture of Inclusion so that all Jews feel welcomed, supported and valued.
Volunteering “With” and Not “For”
Was I overacting? Perhaps the students were simply doing a “good thing?”
Inclusion at Jewish Camp Is Our Jewish Responsibility
Jewish camp is a place where each child has the ability to make his or her own Jewish choices, and learn what it’s like being a part of a Jewish community.
Seven Things You Should Know About Parents of Children with Disabilities
When you meet a mother or father of an older child or teen with disabilities, they may seem burned-out. Here’s why.
Jewish Disability Awareness & Inclusion Month
#JDAIM18 #JUSTASK
Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) is a unified effort among Jewish organizations worldwide to raise awareness and foster inclusion of people with disabilities and those who love them.
Do Autistic Children Have Special Souls?
I am the mother of two autistic children. I love them both dearly, but as any parent of children with special needs will tell you, raising them is challenging and can often be full of disappointment, hurt and frustration...
Mental Health in the Jewish World
We often choose not to recite the Mi Sheberach for people dealing with issues of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, eating disorders, schizophrenia and other mental health issues.
Can I Bring My 'Support Peacock' to a Synagogue
I just read the news about a passenger who was not allowed to bring a “support peacock” onto a commercial flight and was wondering . . .
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