CAHAL is a yeshiva-based program of self-contained
classes for children with learning disabilities, language
impairments, and/or attention deficit disorders from
Kindergarten through High School. CAHAL was organized
by local Rabbis, Principals and community leaders who
were concerned with the challenges presented by children
who were not succeeding in the mainstream yeshiva class,
even with resource room or other support.
Since 1992, hundreds of children have been able to
attend the same yeshiva as their siblings and friends,
learning the mainstream curriculum, in a professionally
staffed, highly individualized program.