JEWISH DISABILITY AWARENESS, ACCEPTANCE AND INCLUSION MONTH

February is Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance & Inclusion Month (JDAIM) and is celebrated across the world by Jewish agencies, schools and synagogues as a unified effort to raise awareness and champion the rights of individuals with disabilities. We hope that you will join us in celebrating JDAIM with an event for your community!

Why celebrate JDAIM?

Since 2009, North American Jewish Communities have been celebrating Jewish Disability Awareness Month in February. Now known as Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month (JDAIM), it is an opportunity to celebrate our commitment to removing barriers, celebrating diversity and connecting with our Jewish values. Making Jewish Life accessible for all is one of our most important community responsibilities. We are excited to celebrate JDAIM with the Atlanta Jewish Community!

How should we celebrate?

We encourage you to host an event that best serves your community. Here are a few ideas and resources. Stumped? Let us know and we can help you brainstorm!

How JAA can help…

Call us and we can help plan, talk through, or find resources for an event. Please let us know if you a schedule event so we can share on our website calendar, social media, and the JAA Listserv.

“Who is rich? He/she who rejoices in his/her portion.”

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