This blog has been designed to help people learn about effective, simple treatments for attention deficit disorder, autism, auditory processing disorders, dyslexia, and even challenges learning a new language.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Is Modi'in too far for a daily commute for you?

Modi'in is centrally located between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, and is a short drive from many popular towns. However, it may still be too far from you to make the daily realistic.

Don't worry -- there are options!

You can arrange a therapy cycle in your area. For a minimum of 4 clients (maximum of 8), I will travel to your area. There is an additional fee to cover my travel expenses (lodging, food, travel), but since this is spread amongst the whole group, it is less expensive than your own travel expenses if you choose to stay in Modi'in for two weeks. It also allows you to have the therapy during the school year without your child having to miss out on school or you having to take vacation time from work.

If you'd like to arrange a therapy cycle, I can come to your area and give a presentation (in English) on AIT and who it benefits. This should be scheduled approximately 6-8 weeks prior to the targeted cycle date. Inviting teachers, principals, sayats, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and any other professionals, in addition to parents of children with autism, ADD, ADHD and Dyslexia will increase your chance of building a group of 4-8 clients quickly.

I will help you with this as much as possible.

Alternatively, if you want to come to Modi'in, turn it into a vacation. There are some self-catering rooms in Modi'in (simple bedroom/kitchenette arrangements) that are very affordable, year-round. During August and September, there are often whole houses for rent.

For out-of-towners, I can adjust your schedule so that you have a long stretch between sessions. For example, instead of being treated at 8:30 and 13:30 every day, we can schedule you for 8:30 and 17:30 for some or all of the days. This way you can take a day trip somewhere.

Where? How about the beach? Or Old City. Or Ben Shemen Forest. Or take a tour at Neot Kedumim Biblical Forest. Or Luna Park. Or Action Park. Or the Monkey Park. Or Jerusalem Zoo. Or visit an old friend who lives just that bit too far to see regularly. Or, just go to one of Modi'in's beautiful parks and play on the swings and slides.

There's loads to do within a short drive, bus trip, or train ride of Modi'in. Bring the whole family and have fun!

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Blogger Murry said...

Dena I am interested in your services . I am a new oleh from new york and have a son with PDD. he is now turning 18 and I would like help in geting him ready to transition to Israel

January 4, 2010 at 12:54 AM


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