By reimagining rehabilitation, ADI is advancing ability for all – empowering children, adolescents and adults with severe disabilities and providing cutting edge therapeutic and recovery services for anyone touched by disability.
ADI provides its residents and special education students with the individualized growth plans and specialized services they need to grow and thrive, its rehabilitation patients with the inpatient and outpatient treatments and therapies they need to heal and return to their lives, and the community at large with tangible opportunities for encountering disability, raising awareness and promoting acceptance.
By ZVIKA KLEIN Maj.-Gen. (ret.) Doron Almog is chairman of the Jewish Agency, one of the most powerful and central Jewish organizations historically.
Globes, Israel’s foremost Hebrew-language financial newspaper, cited Avi Wortzman, CEO of ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran, as one of Israel’s 50 most
“The strength of society’s chain will forever be measured by its weakest link. Our ability to become better people and an exemplary society is dependent upon our commitment and our efforts to strengthening that chain.
Our dedication and actions on behalf of the most vulnerable among us constitute the crowning jewel of society.”
Major General (Res.) Doron Almog
ADI has grown into a global community founded on the principles of sensitivity, inclusion, commitment and kindness.
Join us in making a real difference in the lives of Israel’s most vulnerable citizens – children, adolescents and adults with severe disabilities and complex medical conditions.