Because We Know Creating a Sense of Belonging Is Key
Group activities are offered to individuals who live in the community in order to encourage and develop social interactions, the use of acquired personal and interpersonal skills and interdependence.
Leisure activities are a critical dimension of the quality of life for all people, particularly for individuals with a neurodevelopmental disorder – an often-forgotten segment of the population. These activities are a vehicle through which they have fun, develop friendships, socialize in a peer group, and develop skills and competencies.
Miriam Foundation launched the Azrieli Adult Leisure Program in the fall of 2011 and has been providing leisure activities on evenings and weekends ever since. The emphasis on group activities allows participants to enjoy their leisure time, create and nurture friendships, and maintain and enhance their social language and motor skills.
THE 2022 WINTER-SPRING SESSION IS UNDERWAY AND WILL RUN UNTIL JUNE 23, 2022.
The Supper Program is for those who live in the community and are interested in participating in group activities that encourage and develop their social interactions, the use of their acquired personal and interpersonal skills, and their sense of community and interdependence.
The participants prepare a simple and nourishing meal. The preparation and participation in the meal are communal activities; individual participants contribute to the preparation of the meal or a dessert, set the tables, or clean up at the end of the meal
Participants are encouraged to join the available group activities led by the animators, but they have the option to engage in individual activities that are set up by the animators. The emphasis on group activities allows participants to enjoy their leisure time, create and nurture friendships and maintain and enhance their social language, their collaboration, and motor skills.