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Across the movement

Looking for disability and accessibility material from the movement? You can find it here. This page will be updated with statements, rituals, and congregational resources that emerge from Reconstructing Judaism, Ritualwell, Camp Havaya, and Evolve.

Camp Havaya, the world’s only Reconstructionist summer camp, is deeply committed to welcoming staff and campers of every stripe. Learn how camp builds celebratory community every day by browsing their page on diversity and inclusion. About halfway down the page you’ll find specific information on disability inclusion at camp.  

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Ritualwell, an initiative of Reconstructing Judaism, is the most extensive online resource curating original Jewish rituals. Browse Ritualwell’s #disability tag to find beautiful prayers, ceremonies, and lesson plans by and for people with disabilities, such as this blessing over tzitzit and this berakhah for the autistic mind. 

Printable Signs for Your Community

As part of our Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance, and Inclusion Month 2024 campaign, Reconstructing Judaism designed these customizable signs for use in your physical spaces. The visually striking, concise explanations of some common accessibility adaptations lift up tangible examples of your community’s commitment to inclusion for all.

Ramp Signs

8.5 x 11: Version 1 | Version 2

Assistive Hearing Signs

8.5 x 11: Version 1 | Version 2

Visual Aids Signs

8.5 x 11: Version 1 | Version 2

Quiet Space Signs

8.5 x 11: Version 1 | Version 2

Fragrance-free Signs

8.5 x 11: Version 1 | Version 2

more signs coming soon

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