IRENE & RONALD COHEN CENTER FOR PARENT ENGAGEMENT + EDUCATION
All stages of the parenting process, from deciding when to start a family through to raising a child, come with challenges. The never-ending pressure seems unavoidable and the responsibilities, at times, overwhelming.
With a multitude of products, parenting styles, alternative family constellations, support networks, and differing educational programs, how does a parent find a consistent place to go for solid advice and guidance?
Our Center for Parent Engagement + Education addresses parent’s needs, today and throughout the ever-changing landscape of parenthood, by focusing on each individual family. We offer a welcoming space that features classes and provides resources, lectures and personal consultations for all phases of child-rearing, as well as fostering important social connections. Positive parenting methods, balancing work and family life, as well as engaging in recreational activities for the whole family are just a few of the avenues we are addressing to ensure the needs of parents are being met.
Let the JCC support you throughout your parenting journey, all while enhancing the well-being of your family.
All persons entering SJJCC who are over the eligible age of 12 are required to be fully vaccinated.
PARENT + ME CLASSES
SNUG AS A BUG IN A RUG
Join us for a winter themed Parent + Me class with music, movement, and crafts. All teachers will be wearing masks and there will be individual supplies for each adult/child. All adults must be vaccinated and wear masks throughout the entire program.
$320 members per child / $370 nonmembers per child
Ages: 5-12 months (non walkers)
Begins Monday, January 24, 10:45-11:30am
Ages: 12-16 months (walkers)
Begins Wednesday, January 26, 10:45-11:30am
Are you new to the community? Do you have questions about the neighborhood? Our Parent Concierge will introduce you to everything you need to know. Click here to send an email.
“What we wanted more than anything was a place where we could feel supported. We found that at the Irene & Ronald Cohen Center for Parent Engagement + Education. We feel we belong, and that is the best part of the Center – the community.” Christina S.