Services provided to
the general public
Alin Beit Noam offers a range of services for adults with severe intellectual and physical disabilities,
as well as consulting for professionals in the field and the general public.
The Beit Noam Daycare Center offers “Noam Events” – an event hall that combines celebration and social impact.
Group activities / workshops / lectures / seminars / birthdays / private events
A fully accessible, 1500-sq ft. hall ready for use and suitable for events for up to 100 people.
The hydrotherapy pool is part of the Beit Noam Daycare Center, specially adapted for people with disabilities.
The pool can be accessed directly from the street by stroller and wheelchair, and it is possible to enter the water using a special wheelchair.
Beit Noam offers lectures and educational workshops for different audiences, including professionals from similar places, key decision-makers and influential figures in Israeli society, soldiers and school students.
The goal of the lectures and workshops is to inform others of the work done in Beit Noam to raise awareness of issues affecting people with disabilities based on the organization’s approach.
Alin Beit Noam is developing a national project to improve computer accessibility for people with intellectual disabilities to allow them to enjoy a social media platform – an inseparable part of people’s social lives today.
Most people with intellectual disabilities cannot use the internet due to usage being dependent on reading ability, orientation in complex and busy interfaces, understanding complex language and so on.
The Center for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technology.
Mishaul is a unique center for assessment, monitoring and training in the fields of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and assistive technology.
Mishaul was established in 1980 and has been run by Alin Beit Noam since 2009.
The center aims to assist people with complex communication needs to improve their communicative functioning and active social involvement.