Communal living for men and women, ages 22-55, with varying degrees of special needs.
The Feuerstein Institute’s Residential Rehabilitation Center provides dormitory housing and communal living for men and women, ages 22-55, with varying degrees of special needs. At the Center, residents are encouraged and taught to live independent lives and participate in activities to accomplish this goal, such as learning to shop, cook meals, and navigate the transit system. Residents also have the option to participate in outside programming, such as work placement, the IDF volunteer corps, and matriculation studies at the Mitchell Evening School. Residents are also offered courses in social etiquette and can participate in group trips and programming within Israel and abroad.
The Residential Rehabilitation Center operates under the supervision of the Rehabilitation Department of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Labor, and Social Services.