Eran Almog, the son of Doron and Didi Almog, was one of the first residents of the “ALEH Negev” rehabilitation village, and lived in the village for one wonderful year until 2007, when he died prematurely at the age of 23. Although Eran was born with high-level autism and had severe developmental disabilities, his father, Doron, sees Eran as his greatest teacher and as the person who most profoundly influenced his life. “Eran, who never said a single word, never called me Dad, taught me what true commitment is, and gave me the inspiration to become the representative of people like him – pure souls totally dependent on others and unable to speak for themselves.”
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