It’s February – Let’s Talk!

Disability is common; inclusion, less so. As Jews, we have an obligation to all of our people, regardless of ability. There has been increased attention to this issue in recent years, but there [...]

Seeing the Ones Who Are Not There

An old disability joke goes: A wheelchair user goes to buy stamps at the post office. She can’t get in because there’s no ramp. She calls to complain. The postmaster says, “That’s ridiculous. We [...]

Let’s Get Started!

Written by Dori Frumin Kirshner, Matan’s Executive Director Do you trust your GPS? Have you ever relied on its navigational advice only to find yourself nowhere near your intended destination? [...]

When Life Hands You Lemons…

The idea of having twins was something we often chided about. To say we were giddy and excited when we heard the news would be an enormous understatement. Once the magical feeling sank in, we [...]