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Keren Shalem
Foundation

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About Keren Shalem Foundation:

The Shalem Foundation was established in 1983 by the Federation of Local Authorities in cooperation with the Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Services. The foundation works to develop comprehensive services and resources for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the country.

The Vision of the Shalem Foundation
"People with developmental intellectual disabilities have the basic right to live normal lives within their natural surroundings, to realize their hidden potential, and to be socially, culturally, and occupationally integrated into the community as much as possible, according to their abilities, desires, and needs."

The Shalem Foundation has played a key role in impacting the lives of people with disabilities and their families. The foundation’s multifaceted team continuously strives to develop innovative programs to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities and include them in all aspects of society. The Shalem Foundation understands the complex needs of these individuals and those around them. As these needs change throughout the course of their lives, The Shalem Foundation aims to help every step of the way.

The Shalem Foundation Assists in the Following Areas:

  •  Funding of physical development of community facilities
  •  Funding and support of innovative social services and programs for people with developmental disabilities
  •  Funding and development of advanced educational and tutoring programs for professionals
  •  Funding and assistance with artistic productions by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  •  Creation and support of activities that promote and change way of thinking and attitudes towards people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  •  Funding of research, professional knowledge development and models, training and conferences

The Shalem Foundation provides funding for approximately 200 projects and initiatives throughout Israel each year. The organization works in full cooperation with local councils, representatives of the Ministry of Social Affairs & Social Services and other nonprofit organizations throughout Israel.

The Shalem Foundation encourages new ideas and activities in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities and offers annual awards to heads of regional councils, public figures and volunteers. The Foundation also awards prizes for excellence to regional councils and individuals with intellectual disabilities who have contributed to society or to unique projects.

The Shalem Foundation has made a number of strategic goals for the next years. They include:

  1.  Changing perceptions and inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of daily life. This includes development of a unique enterprise that will offer a glimpse into the world of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The center will be the first of its kind in the world and will enable partnership with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  2.  Capacity building, training, applied research, knowledge and skill development for professional workers and caretakers of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  3.  An incubator for change: the Shalem foundation invites all initiatives which promote the inclusion of people with disabilities in society as well as bettering their quality of life.

The Shalem Foundation is dedicated to utilizing the potential of every person with intellectual disabilities in order to provide them with the best possible quality of life as well as educating society as a whole to be more inclusive and caring. 

Development of Literal, Figurative and Narrative Language in relation to Intelligence Development among Ultra-Orthodox Adolescents and Adults with Intellectual Disability and Those with Typical Development: The Impaired, Stable and Continuous (Compensatory) trajectories

This work was supported by a grant from Shalem Fund The objectives of the present study were to examine the developmental trajectories of crystalline and fluid intelligence and the developmental ...

The expression of a humanist orientation in the perception and attitude of service providers who accompany and support people with IDD and in the perception of service recipients regarding their abilities and their lives

This work was supported by a grant from Shalem Fund working with people with Intellectual Developmental Disability, IDD, and the relationship between him and the recipient of his support. In ...

The contribution of intervention program based on The Cycle of Internalized Learning CIL to deal with verbal violence and improve the quality of life of people with intellectual developmental disabilities living in domestic housing settings

This work was supported by a grant from Shalem Fund The present research presents an in-depth investigation of the phenomenon of verbal violence among adults with IDD The aims of ...

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