Miriam is the Inclusion Coordinator at Camp Yavneh. Miriam is a Barnard College graduate and earned a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood and Special Education from Teachers College at Columbia University. Miriam worked at TheraCare where she was trained and gained skills in Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). She continued to work with children who have been diagnosed with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and Pervasive Developmental Disorder using ABA and evaluating children for services. Miriam also sits on Westchester Jewish Council’s Building Communities Roundtable, a committee focused on the inclusion of developmentally disabled children into mainstream synagogue, school, and community activities. During the year, Miriam works for Yedidut. She lives in New Rochelle, NY with her husband Ari and their five sons.
Articles by Miriam Loren
Integrating, Including, Celebrating and Needing All Types of Campers
February is Jewish Disabilities Awareness and Inclusion Month. Join us as we share stories that highlight the impact of inclusion ...