Inclusion

THE CALVIN & BEVERLY CALMENSON INCLUSION DEPARTMENT
inclusion

Creating a more inclusive Center since 1984!

We provide opportunities to people of all ages and abilities, races and backgrounds, and genders and sexual orientations for inclusion in all programs; a primary service goal of the St. Paul JCC is to provide an environment that supports individuals and their families to participate in any and all available programming. An important way that we meet this service goal is through our Inclusion program, which specializes in disability-geared programming.

 

PARENTING WORKSHOP SERIES

In partnership with Highland Friendship Club and in tandem with our Crafts N’ Cards program, we will be hosting monthly parent workshops, led by professionals who specialize in disability services.


THURSDAY, MAY 23• 6:30 – 8 PM
FINANCIAL PLANNING
Roger Grumdahl, from New York Life and a parent of a 41-year-old daughter with special needs,  outlines basic steps families should follow to plan properly for the future care of their children. Grumdahl has helped parents and caregivers prepare for the known as well as the unknown through financial planning and discussions of various types of legal strategies, including special needs trusts.

REGISTER HERE

 

 

CRAFTS N’ CARDS
$12 • FREE FOR MEMBERS 14+

Spend your evening with friends from the JCC and Highland Friendship Club! Evenings will alternate between facilitated crafts and game nights.

THURSDAY, MAY 23 • 6:30 – 8 PM

REGISTER HERE

 

 

AROUND THE WORLD DINNER CLUB

Want to explore the world through food without ever leaving St. Paul? Don’t miss out on this exciting and fun dinner experience with a group of wonderful travel friends! Joining our Around the World Dinner Club, means trying a different restaurant each month, expanding our palettes and learning about other cultures.

 

FLAMINGO RESTAURANT (EAST AFRICAN)
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10 • 5:30 – 8 PM

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CLUB KULANU

Club Kulanu is a day camp program at Camp Butwin for individuals with disabilities ages 16+. Campers learn to develop unique skills as a group. Campers experience activities in four areas: Recreation, Home Living, Community Participation and Job Skills. Busing from St. Paul, Mendota Heights, Eagan and Minneapolis sites is available. Open to the community. Space is limited.

LEARN MORE ABOUT CLUB KULANU

 

 

 

For more information, contact Megan McClanahan, Inclusion & Accessibility Coordinator
meganm@stpauljcc.org or call 651-255-4772