Harvard offers a School's Out Vacation Camp program to give parents options during the February and April public-school vacation weeks and one hard-to-cover week at the end of the summer. The program generally runs on three campuses: Cambridge, the Longwood Medical Area, and the Harvard Business School.
The program is open to the children, ages 5 to 12, grades K to 6, of benefits-eligible faculty and staff on a regular Harvard payroll.
Next session will be during the last week in August, August 28 - September 1. Registration will open July 17.
The holidays can be a wonderful time to spend with family. But over the course of a visit you may worry that Mom has forgotten how to make her famous pumpkin pie and Dad can’t seem to find the right words. During the holiday season, you might notice a shift in your parent’s behavior or cognition, which can lead to increased anxiety and fear.
This webinar will help you identify what changes might be warning signs of decline and what steps to take to address those concerns.
There are more than 5 million Americans currently living with Alzheimer’s disease and more than 15 million family caregivers who help them in the U.S. Within the next ten years, that number is projected to increase by forty percent. This webinar will review the different forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s, and signs your loved one may have the disease.
Take advantage of the summer to start the application process and make your application stand out from the rest. Learn more about this workshop on Aug 9 and register on the Harvard Training Portal here.
This seminar on June 6 will review how to support loved ones who want to remain in their home and what resources are available to keep them safe – and give you peace of mind. Learn more and register here.
The Office of Work/Life offers limited scholarship funds to eligible Harvard employees to help defray the cost of child care. The 2017-2018 cycle is open online in PeopleSoft through Friday May 5, 2017. Learn more here.
Harvard Yard Child Care Center is a non-profit, child care center and preschool, serving children from three months through five years of age. Join our open house on Saturday, April 1, 2017, 9:30am to 12:00pm. Learn more here.
Peabody Terrace Children's Center (PTCC) is a non-profit child care center providing care for University affiliated families and the surrounding community. The Center serves children between 3 months and 5 years of age. There are 8 classrooms in total: 2 Infant classrooms, 4 Toddler classrooms, 2 Preschool classrooms, and an Art Studio. We are inspired by the Reggio Emilia early childhood education philosophy which honors Read more about Peabody Terrace Children's Center Open House
Harvard Yard Child Care Center is a non-profit, child care center and preschool, serving children from three months through five years of age, in Cambridge, MA. We are open to all families, regardless of race, religion, national origin, cultural heritage, political beliefs, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability.
We believe in developing strong individual relationships, stressing respect for all children and their families. When Harvard Yard Child Care Center was founded in 1971, it was founded as a cooperative child care center. Today we are not fully cooperative, but ask Read more about Harvard Yard Child Care Center Open House
Radcliffe Child Care Center, 10 De Wolfe Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Celebrating 40 years in the community, Radcliffe Child Care Center is located in the Heart of Harvard Square, steps from the Charles River. Through our well-trained staff, we offer high-quality group care and education on a fee basis for children 3 months old through 5 years of age.