CHANUKAH AT ALYN HOSPITAL
Meira, whose name in Hebrew means "shines" or "illuminates," lights the Chanukah candles at ALYN Hospital. Meira came to ALYN Hospital for rehabilitation after having had a brain tumor removed. Her father, Yonatan, gives thanks to the ALYN Hospital staff and to supporters of ALYN Hospital worldwide for their part in the "great miracle that happened here."
YEHOSHUA’S AMAZING RECOVERY
When Yehoshua Liknaitzky was born, there was a lack of oxygen at birth, creating feeding complications that made him unable to either nurse or drink from a bottle. After months of struggling, his family turned to the specialists at ALYN’s Feeding Clinic and in January 2018, Yehoshua had his feeding tube removed. READ MORE
ALYNnovation UPDATE: NBEL ROBOTIC ARM
While a wheelchair-mounted robotic arm may sound like science fiction, there are already a number of companies who sell them. These robotic arms can significantly increase the independence of a wheelchair user and reduce the amount of caregiver assistance they need. ALYNnovation is working with NBEL (Neuro-Biomorphic Engineering Lab) at the Open University of Israel to co-develop a low-cost, energy-efficient wheelchair-mounted robotic arm. READ MORE
BRICKS OF LOVE: PAVING THE WAY TO ALYN’S FUTURE
In February 2020, we launched a new project, Bricks of Love. Bricks of Love gives our donors the opportunity to honor friends and family or memorialize a loved one while, at the same time, leaving a lasting gift to ALYN by purchasing a paver in ALYN’s beautiful garden. We are so pleased to announce that the first group of pavers have been engraved and installed. What a meaningful way to become part of ALYN’s legacy. We invite you to learn more about Bricks of Love CLICK HERE. Questions? Please contact Deborah Rivel, firstname.lastname@example.org.