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Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

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Whether this is your first baby, or your fourth… there’s a lot to know and learn about raising healthy, happy children in today’s world.  However, when it comes to tapping into all the great resources available to families raising Jewish children, Shalom Family can help make it a whole lot easier.  Even if your baby's too young to fully participate, Shalom Family events are a great way to meet other young families in the Jewish community. 
 
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Early Childhood School at the J - A program of the Mayerson JCC
Phone: 513.793.2122
Website: www.JPreschool.org
Infants six weeks and older, toddlers and preschoolers have the option of going full-day or half with an optional extended day for children ages 18 months to 5 years. Curriculum introduces pre-kindergarten readiness skills and includes music, fitness, art, and intergenerational activities. The Jewish holidays and Shabbat are celebrated with songs, stories, art, special foods, and traditions.  Full day and half day programs are also available at the Mason location for children ages 18 months to 5 years old.
Jewish Family Service – Counseling
Phone: 513.469.1188 ext. 3328
Website: www.jfscinti.org
Professional and licensed clinical social workers are available to counsel individuals and families on issues as anxiety, grief, depression, relationships and child behavior.  Services are confidential and fees are determined on a sliding scale.


Article of Interest:
Traditional Ways of Welcoming Jewish Daughters
 
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MyJewishLearning.com
 
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Crying Baby, Sleepless Nights: Why Your Baby Is Crying And What You Can Do About It
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AboutMyKids.com