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School Placement

Linda Karasick

Parent Advocate for Special Needs Children & Adults

Ezra Max

Effective Coaching For Parents and Teens

Rabbi Aaron Spivak

Beginner Gemara Learning and Teaching

Rabbi Tani Prero

Wilderness Programs -- Camp Yagilu

Rabbi Heshi Kuhnreich

Torah and Recovery / Bringing Judaism to Life

Aviva Goldstein

Bully Prevention and Social Emotional Health

Debbie Gross

TAHEL Crisis Center for Religious Women and Children

Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

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Shirley Lebovics

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Rabbi N. Daniel Korobkin

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Dr. Jennie Goldstein

Raising a Special Needs Child

Shmuel Fischler

OCD and "Boys-to-Mentsch"

Debbie Fox

Magen Yeladim -- Child Safety Education

Dr. Elly D. Lasson

Career and Job Readiness

Chaya Batya Neugroschl

Navigating High School Years

Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Ba'alei Teshuva Parents Raising FFB Kids


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The Karasick Child Safety Initiative raises awareness among parents, educators and community leaders about the danger of child abuse and the importance of child safety education. Our groundbreaking children’s safety book, “Let’s Stay Safe!,” published in conjunction with Artscroll, is currently in more than 60,000 homes and early childhood classrooms.


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