The Medford Family Network of the Medford Public Schools is a FREE universal parenting education and family support program focusing on the positive impact of the development process of children prenatal to age 8, and supporting the families that care for them. All adults who live or work in Medford caring for young children are welcome. This is accomplished through parenting education workshops; age-specific play and learn groups; new parents group; home visitations; family events; a lending library; a family resource/drop-in center; information and referral services; family literacy activities; financial literacy information; and individual consultation. There are programs for dads, grandparents, parents who speak languages other than English; working parents; at-home parents; parents of children with autism, and more. Programs are held at a variety of sites around the city - weekdays, evenings, and weekends.
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3 People | 1 Impact | 4 Hours