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LCBDD program helps adults with autism to reach their potential

Nov 29, 2016 ● By Today's Family

This past year, the program's first 13 adults have become more involved in their communities, learned new skills and overcame obstacles with the support of family, friends and LCBDD staff.

Great Lakes Science Center's new Design Zone exhibit now open

Oct 30, 2016 ● By Today's Family

Throughout three highly interactive themed areas focusing on art, music and action, Design Zone reveals how game developers, music producers, coaster designers and others do what they do.

Cleveland Grays Armory Museum: A little-known gem with a big history!

Oct 17, 2016 ● By Today's Family

With all the gleaming new buildings in Cleveland—including a 20-ft tall crystal chandelier—some of you may have wondered, what’s a medieval-looking castle doing in the heart of downtown?

The Music Settlement to open new west side campus

Oct 07, 2016 ● By Today's Family

The Music Settlement will open a campus in late-summer of 2018 that incorporates all three of its artistic centers, providing music instruction, music therapy, and early childhood education.

Gross Schechter Day School presents new and returning programs for young families

Oct 01, 2016 ● By Today's Family

All three programs are geared towards families with young children as a way to meet other young families and enjoy programming led by experts in the early childhood field.

Choosing a private school

Sep 20, 2016 ● By Today's Family

If choosing a private school is in your future, consider the following factors to find the right school for your child.

Broadmoor School program teaches vocational skills for life after high school

Aug 29, 2016 ● By Today's Family

For Nick Risko and Melissa Welch, LEEP has opened new doors to their futures from the experience and skills they have gained through vocational training and in their academic curriculum.

St. Gabriel School receives O.D.E. STEM credential

Aug 24, 2016 ● By Today's Family

One of only two Catholic schools in the state to receive the credential.

What politics can teach our kids

Aug 21, 2016 ● By Today's Family

From a parenting perspective, the democratic process––and political shenanigans––provides plenty of fodder for teaching kids lessons in independent thinking, discourse, values and civics.

Inspire your inner artist at the Solon Center for the Arts

Aug 21, 2016 ● By Today's Family

From classes in theater, art and dance, to private music lessons and orchestral performances, there is something to awaken the artist inside everyone at the Solon Center for the Arts.