The following programs are presented by The Resource Place at the JCC.
Join us as we learn to effectively communicate information to our children on the topic of sexuality which will help us in raising healthy, well adjusted children.
Facilitated by Kenya Malcolm, PhD.
Price includes lunch
Join Nellie Gardner, the owner of Flower Fields and also the Horticulturist at the Frank Lloyd Wright Darwin Martin House in Buffalo to learn about the 10 best cut flowers and how to grow and arrange them.
As mothers, we are our children's greatest role models. This workshop will help you cultivate greater awareness about yourself in order to understand how to parent your daughter (s) more confidently and authentically.
Facilitated by Jennifer Hess
National expert on end-of-life care, Patricia Bomba, M.D., vice president and medical director, geriatrics, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, will present about the importance of completing a health care proxy and answer questions from the community.
Dr. Bomba will discuss a variety of topics, including:
The value of identifying an individual's values, beliefs and goals for care at the end of life.
The difference between traditional advance directives and actionable medical orders.
The importance of encouraging adults ages 18 and older to complete a health care proxy since anyonecan face a serious illness or accident. A proxy designates an individual to make health care decisions on your behalf if you're unable to do so.
Join us for a fun filled day of shopping at the Destiny Mall in Syracuse. Star Travel Tours will be providing comfortable transportation to and from the mall. Pick up time at the JCC is 10 am. with departure from the mall back to the JCC at 3 pm. Registration is required.
Do you find that at times, your child's behavior makes you doubt your parenting skills? This workshop will help you better understand your child, develop effective communications skills and foster positive parenting.
Facilitated by Emily Krohn, LCSW-R and Miri Arie, PhD.
Price includes lunch
InstructorDr. Ted Barnett
Instructor: Dr. Ted Barnett
Dr. Barnett is a Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist who has practiced in the Rochester area for more than 25 years. He and his wife Carol Hee Barnett, Ph.D., J.D. have been vegan for over 20 years, have raised 3 vegan children, and have been Co-Coordinators of the Rochester Area Vegetarian Society since 1995.
Students will learn the official rules and strategies of the game. The goal of this class is to give students the confidence to join an ongoing game. No experience or knowledge required.
Instructor: Helene Newman
Join us for films detailing the lives of famous stars. A box lunch is provided and registration is required.
March 13: (2 hr. and 20minutes) De-Lovely: The Life and Musical Career of Cole Porter
March 20: (1 hr. and 45 minutes) Every Little Step: A Chorus Line
March 27: (1 hr. and 30 minutes) Michael Jackson: The King of Pop's Life and Career
Facilitated by: Howard Golove
Member: $7 per program Non Members: $9 per program
InstructorSusan Bush, LCSW and Jay Pruiett, LCSW-R
LocationThe Resource Place
For anyone wanting support in managing or initiating change.
Session 1: Emancipation- Focus
will be on developing awareness, seeing the ways that we stay trapped and limit
our freedom. We will examine the costs
and benefits of our self-limiting thoughts and behavior and explore the process
of supporting and accepting change.
Session 2: Embracing Change- Here
you will be helped to create an environment where change becomes possible,
where you identify and obtain what you need to be able to sit with and nurture
the unfolding, allowing space for richness to enter your life.
Session 3: Living the Changes- Focus
will be on the ongoing nature of change, the fallacy of the quick fix, learning
to live with the process of change, and the possibilities and challenges this
brings about. Participants will identify
and create sources of support to nurture ongoing positive changes in their
Facilitated by: Susan Bush, LCSW and Jay Pruiett, LCSW-R