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Meet Some of the Children of ALYN Hospital

Meet Some of the Children of ALYN Hospital

Yusef's miraculous journey to rehabilitation

18 April, 2019
He fell into a five-story lift shaft and had a big fracture in his skull. Last week, after a complicated operation and a long rehabilitation, Yusef Jardat was released from the hospital and spoke for the first time to the press: "They saved me and now things are much better." And also: his father talks about the fears, his son's fear of entering a lift alone, and the difficult months the family went through: "Four months that looked like ten years."

This article has been translated to English by ALYN Hospital staff. The original article, written by Dana Ben Shimon, appeared on mynetjerusalem on 18 April 2019. Photo credit: Yoav Dodkevich. More

Aviel's Victory Run

13 March, 2019
Three years ago, Aviel Avrahamoff (9) from Jerusalem was run over during a family outing, and the doctors considered amputating his leg. The boy overcame the condition, grew stronger and during the long rehabilitation, even began to practise running - proving that anything was possible. Tomorrow he will participate in the 5K of the Jerusalem marathon.

This article has been translated to English by ALYN Hospital staff. The original article, written by Lior El Hai, appeared in Yediot Ahronoth on 13 March 2019. Photo credit: Alex Kolomoisky. More

Therapeutic Hiking is Good for Body and Soul

30 July, 2017
Terror victim with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other teens with disabilities learn to cope with their challenges through therapeutic hiking. More
Ro'i and his mother play a card game while the ALYN Hospital physiotherapist corrects his stance and supports his ability to maintain his balance.

Coping with cancer and the side effects of treatment

30 July, 2017
Early intervention using active rehabilitation helps children stay strong while battling cancer. More

For children with Ollier disease, play is therapy!

30 July, 2017
The skeletal disorder causes growths of cartilage to develop within the bones of babies and young children, and is most commonly treated with surgery and therapy. More