Member spotlight: November 2017
Makshivim Net is a company based in Israel, established in 2008. The team has been working in the field of e-recovery since 2005. Makshivim Net’s objectives are to promote and achieve positive mental health among a diverse population through digital solutions and services. Makshivim Net develops and produces innovative rehabilitation programs in Israel and abroad.
What are your main activities?
Makshivim e-Peer support-group : helps increase feelings of self- esteem, offering a strong network of connections and possibility of face to face meetings (since 2005).
Online C.I.L (Center for Independent living)
Bitaconet – is an online e-social platform offering support for all persons living with a disability. It also provides online support for anxiety.
Online support groups promote healthy lifestyles and provide support with weight control.
Online support groups for elderly people to prevent loneliness.
e-Vocational provide assistance through every stage of a job search as well as employment support.
Jobs4all.co.il – A job search website/App designed especially for people with disabilities.
One to one e-professional support to support the rehabilitation process.
One to one coaching via phone or/and Internet.
ARPackage consists in technologies that help manage, control quality and assist throughout the rehabilitation process: The system comprises other technologies:
ARTech – which monitors and supports the rehabilitation process.
ARContact is an app that allows external contributors (friends, family, doctor of the person using the service) to provide information about his/her environment through the app without having access to any of his/her data. This collection of information enables better support.
ARChat – Chat App for peer support, individuals’ conversations and e-recovery oriented activities and support.
What are your main priorities?
Where can we hear from you?
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