Personal Stories

When our child is born, we learn about love.

Becoming parents, we understand the meaning of responsibility.

As parents, we all feel a deep responsibility for the wellbeing of our children – for our son’s contentment, for our daughter’s cheerful smile. Our most profound desire is to see them happy and to protect them from harm; to help them thrive, and to secure their future.

For parents with spacial needs the lifelong mission of being a parent is especially complex, because our beloved children have intellectual disabilities. Unlike most children, our daughters and sons will never be able to care for themselves. In many ways, they will always remain children, requiring constant care throughout their lives.

Nimrod

Nimrod is a friendly, happy boy, and being his father has been a rewarding experience. Raising him has made me a more open and sensitive human being. This continues to teach me a great deal about myself and about being a parent. In my professional life also, as a psychologist, I have become a better, more attentive listener.

Sarah

My task as a mother is to help my children fulfill their potential. If my son wants to be a physicist, I will help him attain his goals. And if Sarah’s potential is to laugh, I will encourage her and enable her to be happy.

Atar

Raising and cherishing our beloved Atar, we grow with her, always rising up to the challenge, with heartache, worry and determination as our constant companions. Every morning we begin again! With endless optimism, a smile, and most of all – so much love for our delightful, lovely Atar. With her amazing cheerfulness, she gives us the strength to go on!

Tommy

Tommy is an endearing blue-eyed boy, who loves to swim, play and listen to music. We have raised him with great love in our home, and his complete helplessness has bound us to him with the strongest bonds of both affection and obligation.

 Note: All applicants will be screened by objective placement committees, as required by Israel’s Ministry of Social Services.

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Israela Ringham-Levi 
972-54-6420186
israelaringhamlevi@gmail.com

Doron Marom
972-50-7274132
doron.marom@gmail.com

Nadine Zar
972-52-8909417
nadinezar11@gmail.com

 

Note: All applicants will be screened by objective placement committees, as required by Israel’s Ministry of Social Services.

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