Are They Retarded or Special Neshamos?



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    Are They Retarded or Special Neshamos?

    Long before the word “inclusion” or “children with special needs” was part of anyone’s vocabulary, the Rebbe promoted the goal of embracing every child, regardless of their unique needs. When the entire world called these children “retarded” or “developmentally delayed,” the Rebbe referred to them as “Special neshamos” • Full Story, Donate

    Long before the word “inclusion” or “children with special needs” was part of anyone’s vocabulary, the Rebbe promoted the goal of embracing every child, regardless of their unique needs. When the entire world called these children “retarded” or “developmentally delayed,” the Rebbe referred to them as “Special neshamos.”

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    Twenty years ago, Mosdos Chinuch Gan Yisroel in Boro Park was established, a preschool and elementary school with a student body nearing 1000 ka”h, where the teachings of Chassidus come alive in an environment that recognizes the full potential of every individual child.

    Acting on the Rebbe’s directives, Gan Yisroel has always included children with special needs. Gan Yisroel is a place where children of many different needs receive an authentic Chassidishe chinuch in the most ideal way – alongside their mainstream peers.

    Today, that vision has a new name. It’s now called: Stars Within Us. These children with special needs have precious, glowing נשמות – they are the Stars Within Us.
    The school is now in the final hours of a courageous campaign, raising 1 million dollars! A group of generous donors has committed to match every dollar raised.

    EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS FOR TWO!

    To make a donation and to partner in the campaign:
    https://ganyisroel.raisegiving.com

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