A Letter from Dr. Shelly
Join us for a fun-filled afternoon that includes family entertainment, crafts, connecting with community ambassadors, raffles, snacks and much more.
WHEN: Sunday, April 7, 2019
WHERE: Mandel JCC Stonehill Auditorium, 26001 South Woodland Road, Beachwood
Afternoon Event | 1:00PM – 3:00PM
An afternoon to Have Fun, Do Good and Be Kind. Hear from nationally renowned pianist, speaker and entrepreneur, Christopher Milo as he shares his fascinating story about the power of kindness. Pick from a variety of service projects including: preparing care packages, stuffing teddy bears or making blankets to help those in need. Make something new from something old with UpCycle Parts Cleveland and connect with students and community organizations making a difference in a big way. Walk away with new ways to spread kindness in our community.
Evening Event | 7:00PM – 8:30PM
Dr. Stephen Post, author of ‘Why Good Things Happen to Good People,’ discusses how to best raise a generation of caring, happy and successful children. Learn the science behind why it’s important for children to develop compassion and kindness. Leave with new insights and practical suggestions.
Registration Is Open
First Aid Tricks of the TradeAs parents, we have to sometimes administer first aid to our children. Those bumps, burns, blisters and insect stings can make us nervous, especially as we have to deal with the pain and emotions of our children. Here are some pointers to help your child — and you — through the first moments of care.
About Senders Pediatrics
Welcome! Senders Pediatrics provides exceptional care in a warm, inviting environment that puts parents and children at ease. Our experienced providers are well versed in the latest pediatric services and offer you answers in an uncommonly down-to-earth way. Our goal is to walk along side parents as they guide their children through the many twists and turns on the path to adulthood, from cradle to college.
We are always accepting new patients, so contact us to schedule a visit today!
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Did You Know?
On average, you are approximately one half inch taller when you wake in the morning, thanks to excess fluid between your spinal discs that is slowly lost out as you walk during the day.