A Letter Meant for You, Our Dear Friends and Supporters

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I just wanted to express in writing my deep admiration of the amazing woman on your Ezer Mizion Advocacy Unit staff named Tovi.

Today was the day of my appeal for eligibility for a stipend for my disabled son. I was so nervous. Everything depended on the outcome of this appeal.

Like an angel from Heaven, Tovi’s  number appeared on my cell phone screen. She called to prepare me and to give me the emotional support that I needed to present my case well.  The instructions she gave me proved to be extremely  effective!!! Continue reading A Letter Meant for You, Our Dear Friends and Supporters

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A Letter Meant for You, Our Friends and Supporters

Hamodia – public blog letters
Dec. 30, 2014

We want to thank Ezer Mizion from the bottom of our heart for their counseling and guidance on the subject of entitlement for a child disability allotment from Bituach Leumi.
We called Ezer Mizion repeatedly, we left numerous messages with lots of questions, and each time, they got back to us with endless patience.

Ezer Mizion’s Advocacy Unit advised us about submitting documents, and again, before we went before the committee – what to present and how to say it, and baruch Hashem, the answer was positive. Continue reading A Letter Meant for You, Our Friends and Supporters

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Ezer Mizion and Beit Izzy Shapiro Forum of Organizations to Promote Benefits for Special Needs’ Children and Youth

After concerted efforts exerted by the Beit Izzy Shapiro Forum of Organizations, with the active involvement of Techiya Posen, Director Ezer Mizion’s Advocacy Unit, an amendment to the law of Parental Work Absences was passed entitling parents of special children to additional paid sick days to care for a special needs child who is ill. Continue reading Ezer Mizion and Beit Izzy Shapiro Forum of Organizations to Promote Benefits for Special Needs’ Children and Youth

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