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GENERATIONS: KIDS & TEENS SPECIAL NEEDS BELLEFAIRE JCB Monarch Center for Autism 22001 Fairmount Blvd. One Pollock Circle Shaker Heights, OH 44118 P: 216-320-8502 F: 216-932-6076 E: mandelld@bellefairejcb.org W: monarchcenterforautism.org FB: facebook.com/monarchcenterforautism T: @monarchohio Debra Mandell, O.T.R./L., M.A., Director Programs and services for individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. Highlights include a preschool; day school for children and adolescents; transition education program for students ages 14 to 22; boarding academy; adult residence and day habilitation program; summer and extended school year programs. JEWISH EDUCATION CENTER OF CLEVELAND SEGULA / Etgar 2030 S. Taylor Road Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 P: 216-371-0446 F: 216-371-2523 E: dshtern@jecc.org E: jbrooks@jecc.org W: jecc.org Dassi Shtern, Director, SEGULA Jackie Brooks, Etgar Administrator SEGULA provides educational opportunities to families in Cleveland’s Jewish community who seek a Jewish day school education for children with special needs. The Etgar program provides religious education to Jewish students who are unable to learn in a typical congregational setting due to a variety of special needs. JFSA – JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE ASSOCIATION Horvitz YouthAbility 24075 Commerce Park Beachwood, OH 44122 P: 216-292-3999 E: hsolomon@jfsa-cleveland.org W: jfsa-cleveland.org Heidi Solomon, Coordinator The Horvitz YouthAbility program places special-needs, at-risk teens and young adults in community volunteer assignments and provides opportunities for educational travel and entrepreneurial endeavors. NOTE: All JFSA offices are moving in spring 2019 and will be located at 29125 Chagrin Blvd., Pepper Pike, OH 44124.

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LIVESPECIAL.COM, THE CLICK THAT CONNECTS! P: 216-378-2204 x103 E: maxner@ncjwcleveland.org Elaine Geller, President Mindi Axner, Executive Director A website created by NCJW/Cleveland that provides information to access support services for families with a loved one with special needs. An extensive resource to find doctors, dentists, therapists, financial planners and others who work with special-needs individuals, the site lists more than 1,000 Northeast Ohio providers. Interested in being added to the site as a provider? Contact maxner@ncjwcleveland.org. PARK SYNAGOGUE CommunityUnity 27500 Shaker Blvd. Pepper Pike, OH 44124 P: 216-371-2244 F: 216-321-0639 E: teri@parksyn.org W: parksynagogue.org FB: facebook.com/parksyn Teri Rube Hochberg, Director of Education CommunityUnity is a unique and thriving learning community for Jewish adults with special needs. For more than 22 years, its members have practiced the tradition of study and performing mitzvot. The program meets Sunday mornings at Park Synagogue East and is open to members of the community, regardless of synagogue affiliation.

SUPPLEMENTAL HEBREW ANSHE CHESED FAIRMOUNT TEMPLE Religious School 23737 Fairmount Blvd. Beachwood, OH 44122 P: 216-464-1330 F: 216-378-2858 E: Jchernowreader@fairmounttemple.org W: fairmounttemple.org FB: facebook.com/Anshe-Chesed-FairmountTemple-184422053042 Rabbi Jordana Chernow-Reader, Rabbi Educator Our dynamic religious school offers a free pre-K Sunday program open to all, regardless of membership. This complements our highly acclaimed Parent-Child Hebrew program, interactive religious school and retreat programs for children in pre-kindergarten through high school. We provide a nurturing Jewish educational environment that will inspire students and families.

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