What is the All Rights Index?
The All Rights Index is the English translation of Kol-Zchut, and is the most comprehensive and organized online repository of information on healthcare-related social rights in Israel.
A collaboration between Yad L’Olim’s Healthcare Division in memory of Shira Pransky z”l, and Kol-Zchut (All Rights), this content is regularly updated, expanded, and reviewed for accuracy. The All Rights Index is organized into Portals and Entries. Each portal page serves as a title index of all related information entries under a topic, ranging from narrow topics, like Cancer Patients, to more general titles, such as General Healthcare Rights.
- Deafness and Hearing Impairment
- Dental Care
- Disability Pension and Related Benefits
- Disabled Child Benefit and Related Benefits
- Diseases, Syndromes, and Disorders
- Emergency Medicine
- Employing a Foreign Nursing Care Worker
- Employing Foreign Workers
- Employment of People with Disabilities
- End of Life
- Exemptions and Discounts for Health Plan Medical Services
- Exemptions and Discounts on Medicine Purchases
- Health and Illness
- Health Plans - Community Medicine (Kupot Cholim)
- Healthcare for Schoolchildren
- Health-Related Employee Rights
- Heart Patients
- Hospitals - In-Patient and Out-Patient Clinics
- Housing for People with Disabilities
- Medical Malpractice
- Medical and Rehabilitation Equipment Acquisition
- Mental Health
- Mobility Benefit
- Motor Disorders
- Old Age and Aging
- Old Age Pension
- Organ Transplants
- Outpatient (Ambulatory) Treatment of Mental Illness
- People with Disabilities
- People with Disabilities/Aid Organizations
- Post-Mortem Organ Donation (Adi Card)
- Pregnancy and Childbirth
- Pregnant and Expectant Students
- Premature Infants
- Private Health Insurance
- Psychiatric Hospitalization
- Psychological and Emotional Treatment and Care
- Senior Health
- Special Education and Integration into Regular Education
- Special Services Benefit (Attendance Allowance) and Related Benefits
- Students with Disabilities
- Supportive Care (Rehabilitation, Long-Term Care, Assisted-Living)
How do I know if a link leads to an English page or a Hebrew page?
Although all of our portals are in English, not every individual entry is translated. Any link appearing on the website with a small [ע] next to it means that the content is currently only available in Hebrew. Links without an [ע] lead to pages in English.
How do I search for specific information or access a specific page or portal?
In addition to the search bar appearing above on this page, the Kol-Zchut website has a search bar in the upper right hand of the screen. This appears on all pages, and you can always enter words related to any topic about which you would like to learn more.
What do I do if I find a mistake or inaccurate information?
While much effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of all information on Kol-Zchut, and every page contains a legal disclaimer, the system is designed to improve with input from readers. If you find any mistakes or inaccuracies, please click the “Change Proposal” button in the upper right corner of the Kol Zchut webpage or send them, along with any specific requests or feedback to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where did the All Rights Index come from?
The All Rights Index is a collaborative project between Yad L’Olim’s Healthcare Division in memory of Shira Pransky z”l (formally The Shira Pransky Project), and the Kol-Zchut (All Rights) organization. The Kol-Zchut website offers the most comprehensive and well-organized online repository of information on social rights in Israel, providing information in Hebrew on topics including healthcare, employment, housing, education, poverty and more. This content is regularly updated, expanded and reviewed for accuracy.
Yad L’Olim’s Healthcare Division is Kol-Zchut’s only English provider, and we have completed the translation of nearly 700 pages of healthcare-related content, yet there is still much work to be done. These pages contain significant critical information, have over 160,000 users yearly, and are free to the public.