Parenting Through a Jewish Lens Offers New Class for Parents of Children with Special Needs
Parenting Through a Jewish Lens is a 10-session program that enables parents to explore core Jewish values (ikkarim) that strengthen families. Hebrew College and CJP are, for the first time, offering a class for parents of children with special needs. Led by an expert instructor, this class will invite conversation on topics that matter. Jewish sources of wisdom will provide fresh lenses through which parents view their choices and vital roles.
All classes will begin in the fall of 2012 (after the Jewish holidays). This particular class will be held on Sundays from 9:30-11 a.m. at Solomon Schechter Day School, 60 Stein Circle, Newton. Free babysitting will be provided. Tuition is $145 per person or $240 per couple (register by May 31 to receive the early registration tuition of $125 per person or $220 per couple). Register today!
For more information, please contact Elisha Gechter at 617-559-8733 or email@example.com. For information about educational programs for students with special needs that will occur at the same time and location, please visit jgateways.org/Programs/Sunday-Program or contact Nancy Magers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is offered by Hebrew College and CJP’s Commission on Jewish Life and Learning.