Keshet shares decades of knowledge from the field to encourage organizations, schools, camps, businesses and religious institutions to have an inclusion mindset. Keshet’s direct service programs have established us a leader in disability inclusion, and now we look to inspire others to join in the vision of creating truly inclusive communities.
Workshops and training are tailored to meet the needs of your audience. Keshet uses interactive and practical presentations to equip you with new ideas, skills and approaches for disability awareness and inclusion. We regularly train educators, camp directors, teens, clergy, parents and community leaders.
Even the most committed organization can sometimes need a fresh set of eyes to see inventive ways of approaching inclusion. Through on-going relationships, Keshet consults with organizations to understand their goals and create plans to achieve them.
Keshet’s trainers and facilitators are more than just experts, they all have years of experience working directly with children, teens, adults and families with disabilities in a variety of settings.
Since 2015, Keshet has provided training to more than 50 organizations serving over 18,000 children and adults across the globe. Past clients include:
The American Academy of Pediatrics
American Camp Association
Anshe Emet Synagogue
Association of Independent Jewish Camps
B’nai Brith Montreal
Camp Leaders/Smaller Earth Group
Foundation for Jewish Camp
JCC of Greater Columbus
Whether you are looking to create an in-depth consulting relationship or just have one quick question, we want to hear from you. Please contact us to discuss how Keshet might assist your organization. To start the process, please contact Leslee Cohen to be connected to the right person on our team.Contact Us
As the new year approaches and I reflect on Keshet’s mission, I know without a shadow of a doubt that we will get there—all communal spaces will be inclusive and welcoming to people with disabilities.
Almost fifty years after her first time going to overnight camp, Michelle is now experiencing what camps are like when they partner with Keshet. She’s finding more than just inclusion; it is true belonging.