Meet some of our special unique children. Each and every one is constantly trying. Every small step is a milestone; a look, a smile, a word, a grasp, or an outstretched hand. We help them to achieve their very best with love, skill and multiple therapies.
"I'm Tzviki and have been here nearly two years. Although my eyes and body don't work too well, I can still learn. Aim Habonim helps me to do this. I start my day by rolling and stretching to loosen up. To help me explore different things my teachers are making me a special frame for my chair with different lights, songs and sensory material that can be changed monthly. I enjoy music and respond to it."
"Hello my name is Rivky Benedikt and I am nearly 13 years old. I have been in Aim Habonim since I was very little. I cannot do what other girls my age can do because I was born with Micracephaly, which means a very small head. I cannot talk or walk or eat properly but in school I have learnt to do so many things, like sitting, standing and chewing. I love music and everyone knows that my favourite song is Kodesh Hi Lochem so when I am sad, my teachers put it on to cheer me up! I feel so loved by everyone at Aim Habonim and love going to school every day!"
"I'm Shloime and have been here for 2 years. Aim Habonim help me with my physical development and speech. I'm learning to catch a ball by tracking it. I love role play, especially being Shabbos daddy. I'm learning social skills and have friends now."
"I'm Menachem and have been here since I was a baby. I have cerebral palsy. My legs don't work well and everything takes much more effort, but I'm always willing to try things. I enjoy messy play, painting, playing with cars, Duplo and mitzvah kinder with my friends here. Aim Habonim help me to do this by adapting furniture and equipment so I am included and can access things like the special swing for wheelchairs. Without my daily stretches, my muscles would be stiff and I couldn't reach for objects, colour, paint or commando crawl across the floor."
Please help our school continue to grow so that I also have a chance in life