By advancing ability, ADI empowers Israel’s most vulnerable individuals – children, adolescents and young adults with severe disabilities – to live a full and fulfilling lives, and reach their greatest lifetime potentials.
ADI is also reimagining rehabilitation, providing cutting edge therapeutic and recovery services to individuals needing inpatient and outpatient care following an accident or health event at the Harvey and Gloria Kaylie Rehabilitation Medical Center at ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran, the first-ever rehabilitation hospital in Israel’s south.
ADI offers a framework for life – from infancy and childhood through adulthood – including a wide range of age-appropriate programs that emphasize ability and inclusivity, in a medically safe environment.
ADI adapts modern technologies and innovative programming to meet the specialized needs of its residents.
ADI places great emphasis on family support, community awareness, equity and integration of people with disabilities in all areas of society.
ADI provides its residents and special education students with the specialized services they need to grow and thrive, its rehabilitation patients with the 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.