Shutaf has given me a greater appreciation and understanding of what inclusion really means and how much it can impact everyone.
Every child requires a different approach, but there is always a way to reach every child and to let them open up to you.
I’ve learned how to respond from a place that is emotionally stable. I learned how to be more patient and to see the needs of the child in front of me first
At camp, I learned that giving children labels that define them (even when they come from an innocent place) can be harmful to them and affect their future.
Nati Greenspan, Shutaf camper
Aliza Gitai, Assaf’s mother
Rabbi Amy Roth, Director of Congregational Schools, Temple Israel of Great Neck
Beth was fantastic! I thought the balance of activities, discussion, text, and short personal stories was spot-on and quite effective.
The students really enjoyed the workshop! They said it was eye-opening and very important.
Thank you for teaching my kids — without them knowing — that all kids are basically the same and completely different at the same time, and that that’s okay.