We connect with other organizations to generate the broadest possible social impact for the inclusion of people with disabilities.
WHAT WE DO?
We enable vocational rehabilitation from within the community, to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities.
HOW WE DO IT?
Our vocational training covers 8 social brands, with 120 training units nation-wide.
WHAT IS OUR IMPACT?
Our innovative Integrative Unit Model has successfully placed over 30% of sheltered workshop participants in open labor-market jobs, earning at least a minimum wage.
The Integrative Unit Model
Shekulo Tov’s social businesses function as community-based training centers. Our supported employment services are attached to these training centers, providing services from the earliest stages of vocational rehabilitation, even if the participant hasn’t yet expressed an interest in open labor market inclusion.
The Integrative Unit Model helps participants to bridge the gap between sheltered employment and supported employment. It eases the transition, making it a natural part of the rehabilitation process and giving participants a much-needed safety net and sense of belonging.
We maintain a “person-centric” policy. Some of our participants find a job after 6 months, some after a couple of years, and some take much longer. We realize that person-oriented services based on support, encouragement, and a range of rehabilitation options and promotion tracks lead to an increased inclusion rate.
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When it comes to social impact, we see beyond national borders.