Central Clinic Spring Newsletter Now Online

The latest edition of the Central Clinic newsletter, Connections, is now available for download. Featuring an article titled ‘Meeting the Needs of the Behavioral Health Community’ by President and CEO, Dr. Walter Smitson, this edition focuses on the individual agencies of Central Clinic, Inc., highlighting the unique services and programs they provide.

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Baby Massage Classes At The Young Child Institute

Explore how to be totally present for the new little person you are bringing into your life.

The Young Child Institute has expanded its program offering to include classes on baby massage and getting to know your baby. Getting to know your baby is an adventure that is both magical and overwhelming at times. Practicing baby massage gives new parents the opportunity to learn about their infant’s communication and time out cues. It also helps promote growth, digestion and deeper sleep.

Please take a moment to review the class documentation below by clicking the link. The linked files are in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader. Acrobat Reader can be downloaded by clicking here.

Baby Massage Brochure
Instructor Bio For Baby Massage
Baby Massage Registration Form

For more information, please call (513)751-3133, ext 7.

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Central Clinic Winter Newsletter Now Online

The latest edition of the Central Clinic newsletter, Connections, is now available for download. Articles include a statement on the current economic crisis by CEO and President, Dr. Walter Smitson; volunteer opportunities; the Young Child Institute receiving the Mayerson Foundation Grant; and much more!

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Download: Central Clinic Connections Winter 08

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