Our community must become ‘hearing accessible’

Toby J. Brooks says assistive listening devices in all community facilities are necessary for hearing impaired people to participate fully in community life.

‘I am who I was always supposed to be’

“Allyship means finding ways to understand and foster compassion for those who are different from you,” writes Zahava Barwin.

Inclusion is about connections

Hebrew teacher Marian Leimovici says friendship with her student, Tamir participant Lee Waxman, is “one of the most beautiful experiences I have ever had in my life.”