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Information about events, classes and other programming offerings from Hanna Perkins Center

Free discussion about controversial Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”

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Hanna Perkins will host a free forum about the controversial Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”, which tells the story of a teenager who kills herself.

The show’s frank presentation of themes including depression, suicide, bullying and sexual assault has created concerns about its impact on vulnerable teens. This concern has come up numerous times in our own discussions with parents, adolescents and mental health professionals.

In light of this, Hanna Perkins is offering a free ...

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2017 Spring Conference

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Taking Care of Yourself and Others

A one-day conference for Early Learning professionals, social workers and mental health professionals, and parents
April 29, 2017

Gain insight into the minds of young children and learn new strategies for working with them.

This affordable one-day conference is for anyone who works with children and ...

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Save the Date: April 9, 2016

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We’re pleased to announce our semi-annual “Spotlight On Our Stars” benefit will honor Susan Y. Meisel, 2016 winner of the Hadden Award and immediate past president of the Hanna Perkins board. Please save the date and plan to join us for the celebration on April 9, 2015.

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Free holiday concert

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Please join us for a free holiday concert from 3:30 to 4:30 on Saturday, Dec. 13 at Hanna Perkins’ own Furman Hall.

Music will be provided by the Music Settlement Suzuki Strings. It’s family friendly, convenient and sure to put you in the holiday spirit.

Hope to see you there.

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HPC honors Zack and Debby Paris with first Hadden Award

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On April 5, HPC honored longtime friends and supporters Zachary and Deborah Paris at the Spotlight on Our Stars benefit. The Parises are the first recipients of the Hadden Award.

Zachary Paris is a partner at Jones Day specializing in real estate law and a longtime member of the Hanna Perkins board of directors. Deborah Paris is a social worker and therapist with a long affiliation at Hanna Perkins. They  live in Shaker Heights. They received the Hadden Award for their leadership ...

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Caring Cubs at HPC

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Hanna Perkins Center was pleased to host Caring Cubs’ April event:

The children painted their hands for a welcome poster for Ronald McDonald House, wrote notes of encouragement for the families staying at the house, decorated the fronts of blank thank you cards, and made festive door hangers for each guest room.  Each of these projects is focused on creating a ...

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Eat pizza, support Hanna Perkins

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Click the image for a printable copy of the flyer to take with you. 

On Thursday, April 10, bring this flyer to the California Pizza Kitchen at Legacy Village and 20 percent of your check – for dine-in, take-out or catering – will be donated to support ongoing programming at Hanna Perkins.

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Elizabeth Daunton Memorial & Guest Lecture

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In fond memory of Elizabeth Daunton (1918-2012)

Elizabeth Daunton left her psychoanalytic practice in London in 1956 to join Dr. Anny Katan in Cleveland at the newly established Hanna Perkins Nursery School. She played an integral role in the development of the school as well as in the work, study and teaching of child analysis. She died on Oct. 31, 2012.

The Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development will host ...

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Volunteerism for kids

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Spend time with your child or children on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday by showing them the joy of giving back

The Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development will host a volunteer event by Caring Cubs on Monday, Jan. 21 at 10 a.m. – the federal Martin Luther King Jr. holiday – to benefit two other local organizations dedicated to improving the lives of children.

Caring Cubs – which teaches ...

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