Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Date Event Location Contact
Children & Adolescents

3:45-4:45pm

Children & Adolescents

Join us for an hour of food exploration in two sets of different groups every Tuesday or Thursday. We’ll have a great time prepping, cooking and exploring foods to make food time a fun time. We welcome all children who are working on oral-motor skills, sensory aversions or medically complex feeding needs including decreasing feeding tube dependency.

The Food Adventurers will be led by a Speech-Language Pathologist with consultation from Occupational Therapists and Psychologists. All ages welcome.

Children & Adolescents

Abe and Ida Cooper Center
6639 N. Kedzie Ave.
Abe and Ida Cooper Center
Chicago, IL 60645

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Children & Adolescents
Megan Kowalski
MeganKowalski@JCFS.org
Children & Adolescents

4:30-5:30

Children & Adolescents

Our therapy groups help kids understand and manage their emotions, while learning to interact with others in order to build healthy relationships with peers and adults.

  • Address anxiety in social situations
  • Teach skills for conflict resolution
  • Provide a supportive environment to talk through feelings
  • Practice flexibility in group settings
  • Increase understanding of other’s perspective

Contact Alissa Rotblatt to register. Ages 7-11.

Children & Adolescents

Joy Faith Knapp Children's Center
3145 W. Pratt Blvd
Chicago, IL 60645

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Children & Adolescents
Alissa Rotblatt
alissarotblatt@jcfs.org
Children & Adolescents

5:30-6:30pm

Children & Adolescents

Our therapy groups help kids understand and manage their emotions, while learning to interact with others in order to build healthy relationships with peers and adults.

Children & Adolescents

Joy Faith Knapp Children's Center
3145 W. Pratt Blvd
Chicago, IL 60645

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Children & Adolescents
Alissa Rotblatt
alissarotblatt@jcfs.org
People with Disabilities & Their Families

6-8 pm

People with Disabilities & Their Families

Darcy J. Chamberlin, a trust and estate attorney, will be presenting estate planning options through special needs trusts and ABLE accounts for families navigating gifting strategies during life or at death for the benefit of a loved one with a disability. She will also address guardianship and alternatives for parents weighing options for legal decision making once child attains age 18.

People with Disabilities & Their Families

JCFS Chicago
Abe and Ida Cooper Center on the Esther Knapp Campus
6639 N. Kedzie Ave
Chicago, IL 60645

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People with Disabilities & Their Families
Jen Nalbantyan
JenniferNalbantyan@JCFS.org