Ahava Family now known as Shalom Baby offers a wide range of services and programs for expectant and first-time parents including classes and get-togethers for expectant parents. New parents are provided with a baby gift and informational resources which are distributed by a community volunteer or staff member. Join Shalom Baby for Babies, Books and […]
Provides early intervention support and therapy for children with special needs (developmentally delayed) and their families. Provides assessment of child; develops a plan; provides physical, speech and occupational therapy, coordination with Infant and Toddler Programs. Transportation for families in need.
The Darrell D. Friedman Institute for Professional Development at the Weinberg Center encourages professional dialogue and inspires organizational cultural change through this diversity and inclusion toolkit.
Please access the link for a current list of Jewish Day Schools. https://www.cjebaltimore.org/resources/school-finder/
Please access the list for a current list of Jewish preschools. https://cjebaltimore.org/resources/school-finder/
Please use this link to access a current list of Congregational/Hebrew Schools. https://www.cjebaltimore.org/resources/school-finder/
Parent support group offered by SHEMESH and CHADD of greater Baltimore. For parents of children with attention issues and poor executive functioning. Meetings are ongoing; first Wednesday of every month. There is no fee for attendance and confidentiality is assured.
ACWIS develops philanthropic support for the Weizman Institute in Israel. The Weizman Institute is one of the world’s premier scientific research institutions.
UMBC Hillel enriches UMBC’s diverse community with Jewish and universal commitments to learning, meaning, and justice by connecting Jewish students and their friends to people, experiences, and ideas that both challenge and support their growth. A program of the Associated Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, UMBC Hillel is also a constituent of Hillel: The Foundation […]
SHEMESH is a local, community wide program that provides, in a Jewish setting, the educational support necessary for Jewish children with learning differences to reach their full intellectual, academic, emotional and social potential. Services are offered in each school in accordance with the school’s educational and religious policies.