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Horizon for our Children (Ofek Liyadenu)

This is a national organization of parents of visually impaired and blind, which aims to ensure all the rights, improvement of the status and services provided to, and integration into society, and in the education system of visually impaired children and the blind. The organization provides essential and useful information to parents in all areas relating to the special needs of children, from birth to adulthood, and to support each other, through meetings with other parents - parents groups and individual sessions - to get stronger and learn from the experience. The organization's activities variance: Using Defenders discussions establishment related to children and their representation firm, publishing a newspaper "Expanding Horizon". The existence of regional meetings and national parent-experts and professionals, various activities in cooperation with the parents of visually impaired and blind people around the world and with other organizations for the blind Israel and the existence of different enrichment activities for children in different regions in the country allow children to experience some of the unique activities abroad

Kiryat Moshe
8 Degel Reuven St
Phone: 972 (2) 6599553
Fax: 972 (2) 6522614
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