The Nalaga’at workshop center plays an important role in expanding the circle of exposure to issues facing the world of sense impairment. The center holds a large number of workshops, partially in complete darkness, all of them are led by deaf or hearing impaired, blind or visually impaired moderators. This is out of the belief that direct and informal contact is the key for designing thoughts and creating a true change in society.
We see great importance in teaching our content both in primary and secondary schools, and therefore developing and empowering the important dialogue between different communities and bridging the socio-cultural gap, all while accepting the differences with all of its strengths and not its weaknesses. This is a true learning experience.
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The Nalaga’at workshop center is open to all the public. We believe in tailoring our contents and moderators in accordance to each intended audience as per its needs as a group.
- Education groups and school students
- Youth within both the formal and non-formal education frameworks
- IDF units
- Private groups and special events
- Youth groups
- Your councils and special empowering groups
- Senior managers and special employee empowering groups
Activity halls in the center:
Hall that is completely dark, simulating the blind experience, giving the participants an opportunity to disengage from the daily visual stimulants that surround us in an unending manner and sharpen the other senses of man - hearing, touch, taste and smell.
Active theater in which are presented regular repertoire with the majority of its actors having Asher Syndrome which causes blindness and deafness (double handicapp).
On the stage, we hold acting workshops and improvisations and use the stage as a tool for the development of skills and group experiences.
Totally dark space, simulating a professional and accesorized room, allowing a dialogue, learning and varied experiences.
An opportunity to glimpse at the behind the scenes of the theater and meet with cast actors in their natural environment.