My latest post at Born Dancing. *********** As we move towards the end of summer it is important that we create as smooth a transition into the new school year as possible for our children. For many children it … Continue reading
This blog is dedicated to the use of words. This post below, which was published in the Times of Israel, is about the omission of words. Sometimes what you do not say, has more effect on a country, a society, … Continue reading
One thing you get used to, when you are a member of a family that has a child, or an adult, with special needs, is that your normal isn’t the norm. Now of course we, in the special needs community, … Continue reading
I was a guest on a facebook live event for AngelSense. This is a GPS tracker created for families with special needs children. Here is the video:
My latest blog at Born Dancing Historically one of the most marginalized groups in history have been those with disabilities. Societies have deemed them either unworthy of life or have seen them as God’s punishment for bad deeds. Disability … Continue reading
My post up at The Forward: Years ago, I came to the conclusion that, as a Jew, I am religiously homeless. While I am not very observant, I feel very Jewish — I just don’t perform all the rituals … Continue reading
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Societal change can bring out the best, or the worst, in people. There are those who fight to better the world, and those who feel so threatened by even the slightest deviation from their norm, that they resort to malfeasance, … Continue reading