We support Jewish adults with learning disabilities to live their lives with dignity and participate in the local Jewish and wider Community. This is achieved in many different ways, both through supporting people in a residential setting and living more independently in the Community.
A learning disability can occur at birth or as a result of an illness or injury in the early years of life. This means that doing everyday things, such as learning and remembering, may be difficult without extra help and support. Some people who have a learning disability may also have difficulty in communicating.
Being part of the Community is extremely important and we encourage everyone to take part in what it has to offer from college courses to helping out in our allotment, taking part in fundraising activities, social events or visiting the MAZCC for a meal, class or chat with family and friends.