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The Rebbe understood the human condition from the essence of an autistic child to the voice of a singer, and especially a cantor’s power to both honor G-d and to uplift the prayers of others.
My eyes closed and focused within, and my breathing deep, I noticed myself in the midst of a family conversation.
“We have another son, who, unfortunately, is not well. He is autistic. He needs a blessing.”
Chabad emissaries’ unique celebration and video for their son with special needs
When the Diskin family was contemplating a move from the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y., to Munich in the late 1980s, there was no Chabad presence in Germany, the Berlin Wall was still standing, and they were instructed by the Rebbe’s secret...
I had big plans for him. He was going to be a doctor, maybe a rabbi, maybe both. He was going to marry a lovely Jewish girl and give me many beautiful grandchildren. Well, my plan is not working out.
In 1964 this condition was virtually unknown, still in its infancy. I was overwhelmed, and unsure of how I would cope.
Enriching the lives of individuals with autism
The Friendship Circle of San Diego, a Chabad-Lubavitch organization that serves individuals with special needs by pairing them with volunteer teenagers and adults from the local community, has been recognized as one of the most innovative programs in the ...
If someone is autistic, it doesn’t mean that they don’t relate to anyone. They might not relate well to people, but to G‑d they relate as well as everyone else, and even more. Place a charity box in his room. This will benefit him, and he’ll remind his vi...
Our beautiful princess was changing in front of us, and there was nothing we could do about it.
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