Info for Parents
Welcome to Shutaf! We enjoy getting to know your child, teen or young adults, as well as your family. All new participants benefit from a home visit with Shutaf’s Director of Programs, Marci Tirshwell or one of her staff, in order to understand your child’s needs in a holistic and inclusive manner. Program scholarship based on need is available for all our programs. Click here to read more about our programs. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Register for Shutaf programs
Want to register your child? Get in touch with us at email@example.com. We’ll arrange a home visit and show you how easy it is to use our online google forms. Please note: Every participant must have a current medical form in order to attend Shutaf programs.
Shutaf’s unique, reverse-inclusion model brings children, teens, and young adults with diverse needs at all of our programs. At Shutaf, our attitude is, what do you need to be successful rather than, what’s your diagnosis and label?
A partial listing of types of diagnoses and participant needs served Please be in touch with us about your child or teen, and their needs.
- ADD, ADHD
- Autism spectrum disorder, including Asperger’s, PDD, and high-functioning autism
- Down syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Physical disabilities
- Learning disabilities, dyslexia, and
- Emotional, behavioral, and sensory challenges, impulsivity
- Hearing loss
- Prader-Willi syndrome
- Anxiety disorder
- Mental health issues and challenges
Shutaf’s professional approach toward participant intake, program planning, staff training and support, as well as ongoing data collection and evaluation, ensure a successful experience for every participant, and continued program excellence.
Find out more about Shutaf programs for your child, teen or young adult firstname.lastname@example.org
What parents and staff are saying about Shutaf
Parents and families love Shutaf’s inclusive attitude and quality programs. Shutaf is also proud to train close to 100 post-army counselor staff each year, as well as offer them a powerful, inclusive work experience.
Goldie Marans, School of Social Work, Hebrew University
Emma Sass, Mother - Summer Camp 2018
Shiri Shkedi-Rafid, PhD, Center for Clinical Genetics, Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center
Morris Panitz, Teen Bet Midrash Director, IKAR, LA.
Rabbi Amy Roth, Director of Congregational Schools, Temple Israel of Great Neck
Aliza Gitai, Assaf's mother
Nati Greenspan, Shutaf camper
Tamari, Shutaf counselor