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Color Match Bat Mitzvah Girls File Folder Activity

A file folder activity just for girls! Match the Bat-Mitzvah girls based on the colors of their clothes, tallitot, and kippot! This activity is important because it exposes students to images of girls wearing...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/Bnei_Mitzvah#Color-Match-Bat-Mitzvah-Girls-File-Folder-Activity

Why People Apologize

Yom Kippur is a perfect time to review the important social skill of apologizing. This social story explains when to apologize, how to apologize, and how apologizing makes people feel better.

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#Why-People-Apologize

How to Accept an Apology

This document presents three steps of accepting an apology accompanied by simple boardmaker illustration. It is can be used for Yom Kippur or any time during the year. This document accompanies our social...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#How-to-Accept-an-Apology

How to Apologize

This document presents three steps of making an apology accompanied by simple boardmaker illustration. It is can be used for Yom Kippur or any time during the year. This document accompanies our social story...

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#How-to-Apologize

What "Breaking the Fast" Means

This story explains the meaning of the phrase "breaking the fast." This story is helpful for children on the autism spectrum who sometimes have trouble understanding figurative language.

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday#What--Breaking-the-Fast--Means

How to Make Your Seder More Inclusive

By Rebecca Redner, Educational Specialist, Gateways: Access to Jewish Education , March 25, 2020

https://www.jgateways.org/Blog/How-to-Make-Your-Seder-More-Inclusive

A Leap of Faith

By Susan Flynn, Associate Editor, Boston Parents Paper , March 5, 2012
Category: News

https://www.jgateways.org/Blog/ALeapOfFaith

Their Rite of Passage

By Peter Schworm, Boston Globe Staff , January 27, 2008
Category: News

https://www.jgateways.org/Blog/Their-rite-of-passage

The Meaning of Difference

By David Farbman, Director, Gateways Center for Professional Learning , December 7, 2017

https://www.jgateways.org/Blog/The-Meaning-of-Difference

Video Gallery

ear report to the Slingshot Fund. Thank you Slingshot!A Gateways Bar Mitzvah StoryThis video illustrates the Bar Mitzvah story of Ethan, a child with autism. Ethan's Bar Mitzvah is an example of how Gateways enables every child to access a Jewish education and reach milestones such as becoming a Bar

https://www.jgateways.org/VideosOLD

History

cation for their child with multiple disabilities, the program provided a Jewish education for children with moderate to severe disabilities, such as autism spectrum disorder, hearing and visual impairment, pervasive developmental disorders, and a wide spectrum of other challenges. Few schools in th

https://www.jgateways.org/About-us/History

Board of Trustees 2020-2021

professionals.Nora Friedman, Vice President of EducationNora is delighted to be serving on the Gateways board. A psychiatrist at the Lurie Center for Autism at Massachusetts General Hospital, she provides clinical care for individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities across the lifespan. For the

https://www.jgateways.org/About-us/Board-of-Trustees

B'nei Mitzvah Preparation

orah, as well as share in the communal prayers and singing which are the hallmarks and customs of the Jewish people.     Zoe's StoryZoe has autism; she speaks mostly in single words. Her bat mitzvah at Temple Beth Shalom last weekend was not just a celebration of her transition into adulth

https://www.jgateways.org/Programs/Bnei-Mitzvah-Preparation

High Holiday Resources

What "Breaking the Fast" Means This story explains the meaning of the phrase "breaking the fast." This story is helpful for children on the autism spectrum who sometimes have trouble understanding figurative language. Download Tagged under: social stories, high holidays, yom ki

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/High-Holiday

Sweet Sounds 2011

s this year. One of the best moments that we have shared with our brother is of helping him to have his bar mitzvah. Joshua has a very severe form of autism and he is essentially nonverbal. So when my sister and I were preparing for our B’nei Mitzvah, our family was worried that Josh wouldn&rs

https://www.jgateways.org/Sweet-Sounds-2011

Staff Profiles

ewish preschools and Gateways’ own Jewish Education Programs. Mia has many years of experience working with students with behavioral disorders, Autism and other Developmental Disabilities in many different settings. She has taught Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) classes at the college level, p

https://www.jgateways.org/About-us/Staff-Profiles

Hanukkah Resources

arge stack of file folder activities in no time! The visual nature of file folder activities takes advantage of the visual strengths of children with autism and many other developmental disabilities. Click for the Gateways Guide to Making File Folder Activities. The File Folder Guide for Teachers gi

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/Hanukkah

Purim Resources

arge stack of file folder activities in no time! The visual nature of file folder activities takes advantage of the visual strengths of children with autism and many other developmental disabilities. Click here for the Gateways Guide to Making File Folder Activities. The File Folder Guide for Teache

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/Purim-Resources

Passover Resources

Resources Remote Learning Resources Learning Resources Mental Health Resources Bar/Bat Mitzvah Preparation High Holiday Resources Shabbat Resources Purim Resources Passover Resources Hanukkah Resources   Past Issues of The Open Gate var _ctct_m = "142df8fef14b4c0c53f4f05b3febd818

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/Passover

Community Events and Resources

2-9598 or traube@ou.org. Events | Additional Resources | Back to TopSuggested ReadingFor Adults: Life, Animated: A Story of Sidekicks, Heroes, and Autism, by Ron SuskindPulitzer Prize-winning political reporter Ron Suskind writes of how his non-verbal autistic son Owen memorized dozens of Disney

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/community-events

Jewish Disability Awareness & Inclusion Month

que needs (from PJGtS Parents Guide).The PJ Library curriculum for this book can be found here. For adults: Uniquely Human: A Different Way of Seeing Autism by Barry M. Prizant, PhD with Tom Fields-MeyerDr. Prizant casts a spotlight on behavior and how it can be a way of communicating feelings or ne

https://www.jgateways.org/Resources/JDAIM