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An opportunity on Cleveland's East side for parents/caregivers of young children to get out of the house, escape bad weather or go somewhere new with a playmate to spend loosely structured fun time together.
In the developmentally mindful environment of the Reinberger Parent/Child Resource Center, parents and caregivers can play with their children to encourage mastery of age-appropriate skills.
During drop-in play, adults participate with their children in dramatic play, puzzles, a collection of toys and books, as well as hands-on activities including science, gardening, snacks and arts-and-craft projects.
Drop-in hours are 9:30-noon on Fridays throughout the year. Check our website for details, changes and holiday closures.
No reservation is needed; just drop in.
Cost for a single visit is $7.50 – payable on arrival. Or save money by signing up here for a 10-session pass for $60. This pass is good through Dec. 31, 2015.
For more information, see our FAQ Page or call 216.929.0201.
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The Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development
The Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development, a 501(c)3 non-profit, is recognized world-wide as a unique and indispensable contributor to the healthy emotional development of children and families throughout Northeast Ohio and beyond.
We are founded on the understanding that a young child's behavior is a form of communication, and that young children are whole people, not merely silent observers of the world around them.
Our Mission: Early childhood experiences shape a person’s entire life.
To foster the emotional well-being of children and their families and to help them master life’s challenges, the Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development promotes positive early learning experiences through educational and therapeutic services for children and parents; training and support for professionals and community-wide collaborations.
The HP Way: People who know Hanna Perkins describe an approach to helping children and families that is gentle and effective. Part of our culture since 1951, it is often referred to as The HP Way. It means:
1. We see each child as a complete person.
2. We understand behavior as a form of communication.
3. We give voice to feelings and thoughts.
4. We take time.
5. We provide help.
6. We involve family.
Click here for more insight about The HP Way.