American Friends of ALYN Hospital is committed to doing everything imaginable to introduce the children of ALYN to as many “friends” as possible. We believe that ALYN is incredibly special and the children are more than deserving of your support. The staff at ALYN—highly dedicated and talented physicians, nurses, therapists, social workers and other specialists—combine state of the art technique and cutting edge equipment with passion, love and commons sense to transform disabilities into abilities. ALYN is the place where the impossible becomes possible.
We proudly support ALYN Hospital since 1932. ALYN is Israel‘s premier rehabilitation center providing rehabilitation to physically disabled children from birth to young adulthood. Since its humble beginnings as a polio clinic, the overriding mission of ALYN has been to help each reach the highest possible levels of mobility and independence. ALYN is a magical place where miracles happen because the words “impossible” and “can’t” aren’t in our vocabulary.
ALYN treats children suffering from trauma and head injuries caused by car accidents, neuromuscular diseases, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, congenital deformities, general pediatric orthopedics, infants needing intermediate ventilation and special feeding management, and the disabilities caused by invasive procedures to treat cancer or burns. Every single patient benefits from a customized rehab program that helps each child reach his or her maximum possible level of mobility and independence.
Every year over 3,500 children a year come to ALYN as inpatients and another 25,000 receive outpatient and ambulatory care. YOU are our cherished partner in making this help possible and ensuring that ALYN HOSPITAL is where families can come to meet the challenges of living with disabilities – no matter how profound they are.
We believe that ALYN is one of the holiest places in the Holy Land. It is a place of miracles where children are rehabilitated and healed while lives are transformed. There is only one religion at ALYN—hope. There is only one race and one nationality at ALYN —children.