Since its inception, the Malki Foundation has been Israel’s dominant force in empowering families to choose homecare for their child with special needs.
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Keren Malki – The Malki Foundation
Enabling quality care at home for Israel's children with special needs
Keren Malki is the only organization in Israel that works to support home care as an option for families with children with severe disabilities. Unlike other Western countries, which have adopted the family and group care models for children with special needs, Israel still places most of its financial and political support in the hands of large institutions. Driven by its sincere belief that parents know what’s best for their children, and research that shows that institutional care can have damaging effects on children, Keren Malki has put all of its efforts in creating an infrastructure which supports home care. Since is inception, the Malki Foundation has alleviated physical and financial hardships for more than 3,700 families; facilitating over 40,000 hours of paramedical therapies and 6,000 equipment loans. Keren Malki supports children of all backgrounds and is a non-political, non-sectarian Israeli non-profit organization. Close
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