Shalom, my name is Matan Brisker. I am a student of the fourth year for Sport teachers at the Accademic College Wingate. I take part in the scholarship program of the Yad LaYeled HaMeyuchad association in Nes Ziona.
What I like most is physical exercises.
It excites me the most is when I succeed in conveying values to a pupil who is coach and he improves his self confidence.
I am very surprised to observe the warm connection the kid develops with animals.
Most challenging for me is to help the child to overcome daily handicaps such as binding the shoelaces with only one hand or jumping over obstacles.
What I take from these experiences is that it does not matter who you are, and how difficult it is for you, sport activity is the best medicine God gave us. We only need to exercise it despite all disabilities. (If possible, then to do it at least 3 times a week.)
Bat-El Kashtari: I am a student for Special Education at the Talpiyot College, finishing the second year. I participate in the scholarship program of the Yad LaYeled HaMeyuchad association in Nes Ziona.
The cotact which developed between me and the pupil I coach is difficult to describe. Words just cannot properly tell what actually happens there. Both me and the coached child have the expectation for the next meetings. There is a lot of love. It is difficult not to love the special children.
The scholarship enables me to discover a new world unknown to a person who was not exposed to it before. Thanks to the scholarship I get acquainted with the profession which I have chosen to study. I warmly recommend to everyone who wants to experience new things and enjoy attaining the scholarship.
Ma name is Aviv and I study in the fourth yearEducation at the Orot Israel College. I take part in the scholarship program of the Yad LaYeled HaMeyuchad association in Nes Ziona.
In the beginning of the coaching Josef was a suspicious and quite introvert boy. But with each further meeting the contact intensified and strengthend. Every progress of Josef was almost invisible to a stranger. But it gave me a great satisfaction and happiness. I hope that we will continue with this coaching and this way will contribute to Josef's improvement in his learning, social and emotional qualities.
I study in the third year of Phsyiotherapy at the ONO Accademic College and participate in the scholarship program of the Yad LaYeled association in Nes Ziona. In the beginning I was a bit afraid, what child I will be allocated to and who his family would be. When I first came I was happy to realise that a connection was established immediately. One glance of the Child was enough for me to know that I came to the right family. The assistance and the giving to this family and the child give me tremendous satisfaction. The way we go through is very meaningful for me. I learn a lot about my coached child and how to experience him and to learn what activities make him happy and joyful.