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  • Building Inclusive Communities

    Posted by Katie Maurer on February 19, 2019 | Share

    Inclusion is central to what we do here at the J. In the broadest sense, we engage people regardless of religious affiliation, background, age, ethnicity, or other factors that all too often form boundaries. We’re also proud to be home to the Milton and Frances Schloss Special Needs & Services department, which provides programming for people of all ages…

  • 3 Quotes on Jewish Disability Advocacy Day

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on February 02, 2017 | Share

    Providing an Inclusive environment is very important to us at the JCC. Today, on Jewish Disability Advocacy Day, we take a moment to celebrate the inclusive and adaptive programs we have, we reflect on our opportunities to do more, and we brainstorm ways to engage and inspire our community. There is a wealth of resources and thought leaders who…

  • 3 BIG Reasons Inclusion Matters

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on May 02, 2016 | Share

    Before I left home and went off to college, my worldview was very different than it is now. A lack of diversity in both race and ability was no big deal – it was the norm. But now that I’ve been away from my hometown for eight years, I’ve come to understand that this flat worldview just isn’t reasonable….

  • Life and schedules are hard – there’s no way around it. Between being in charge of your own day-to-day and the successes of others, stress can take hold before you even realize. Below are some practical ways to handle stress and come out on top. Trust us – we’ve been there. Get Moving – Many experts say that exercise…

  • 8 Easy Solutions for Keeping Your Resolutions

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on January 08, 2015 | Share

    Each January, millions of Americans start their New Year with well-intentioned resolutions to improve their health and wellness. Resolutions are motivating and usually easy to start, but sustaining them can be a challenge. This may account for the mere 8% of “resolutionaries” who successfully achieve their goals. So, how do we avoid becoming a New Year’s statistic and keep up the momentum? Here are some easy tips to help you beat the odds and turn your resolutions into reality.