Dating disabilit jewish service


23-Nov-2016 18:35

For someone in the know, there were some indications that this wasn't quite your everyday speed dating.

For instance, the Tel Aviv event had only seven rounds of seven minutes each instead of the usual 10 rounds, and there were counselors on hand to help the participants, most of them aged 25-30, navigate the rough waters of social relationships.

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Sinclair House Woodford Bridge Road London IG4 5LN The Karten centres offer older and disabled Jewish people the opportunity to acquire the digital skills they need for everyday life.

Are you interested in bringing a Teen Safe program to your school, youth group, or synagogue?

The mission of Yachad’s Dating and Marriage Skills Group is for Jewish individuals with developmental disabilities ages 21-34 to acquire essential dating skills necessary to develop and enhance relationships between individuals of the opposite gender.

For information about upcoming Dating & Marriage Courses, contact Layah Shagalow.

The mission of Yachad’s Relationship Building Course (RBC) is for individuals with developmental disabilities ages 18 to acquire practical social skills for everyday living in home, community, social, and vocational settings, and for participants to learn the skills needed to foster meaningful and lasting interpersonal relationships. Participants meet in small to medium-sized experiential groups and, with the support of trained facilitators, have fun while learning and developing their social skills.

Teen Safe is JF&CS Journey to Safety’s response to dating abuse in our community.

One recent evening at a cafe on Tel Aviv's trendy Nahlat Binyamin Street, each man walked from one woman's table to the next as a buzzer sounded, and at the end of the night, all the participants wrote down which conversation partners they were interested in meeting again.