For the Parents

For the Parents

For the Moms

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When you combine the stresses of kids, work, and friends, the job of a mother can seem overwhelming! That is why the Friendship Circle has devised a range of activities just for moms, giving them a much-deserved opportunity to unwind and relax.

MOMS THERAPY

We all need “Me time”! This newly launched initiative gives the opportunity for a mom of a child with special needs to receive 6 free therapy sessions, as a gift from the Friendship Circle.

If you are a therapist or Mom that would like to participate, feel free to reach out to us today!

MOMS SHABBATON

RELAX * REJUVINATE* RECHARGE

You are invited to join us for our second annual unforgettable weekend of relaxation, camaraderie, pampering, and discussion.

Treat yourself to a special weekend with other Friendship Circle moms. Laugh, learn, share, and connect with other women who "walk in your shoes".

Dates: Friday, December 2 – Sunday, December 4, 2016

Click Here to Register!

Guest Speaker:

We are honored to once again have a special guest spend the weekend with us. Goldie Plotkin co-founded the thriving Chabad Center in Markham, Ontario. She is in demand as an international speaker and presents a practical, no-nonsense approach to dealing with some of life’s complex issues. Goldie is the director of Torah Tots Pre-School, and runs a very successful Women and Wisdom learning program in Toronto. She takes pride in being the mother of eight wonderful children - one of whom has special needs.

Limited availability, sign up today!

For more info, email Malya@FriendshipCT.com or call 203.329.0015 x131

DADS SOCIAL NEW!

A special evening dedicated to dads of children with special needs! Dad’s night out at the new Stamford trap’t Escape Room Adventures is a great way to socialize with other Friendship Circle fathers in a fun and relaxing setting.

Thursday, February 9th 8:00-9:30 PM

Trap't Escape Room Adventures

76 Progress Drive, Suite 262, Stamford


Chaired by: Garry Berger, Todd Palker, David Radin, Mitch Zucker