IDU Headquarters welcomes special needs camp, "Alei Siyach" , at the IDU base in Kfar Tapuach
This morning (Tuesday) a special dog show was held at the IDU base for dozens of people with special needs.
The dogs and handlers that performed, are used to helping missing people and their families, when going out to search every day or two.Today, they have managed to put smiles on the faces of children and adults with special needs who suffer doubly during the Corona which imposes on them long days without activity that they are used to experiencing every year during the summer vacation.
IDU Commander Mike Ben Yaakov said:
"We treat such events with reverence no less than operations to locate missing persons or prevent terrorist attacks with the four-legged lifesavers. What an inspiration to see the interaction between the dogs and the guys, and the joy that breaks boundaries in its wake."
A particularly moving moment occurred when one of the trainees asked for the right to speak from the host of the show, and showered greetings on the IDU, its volunteers and its staff.
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