HELP Foundation Sets the Standard for Continuing Summer Education

HELP Foundation is preparing for another great year of their Continuing Education Summer Program in Euclid.  The 2018 season will mark the 46th year HELP has offered this unique and critically needed service to children in the Greater Cleveland area. 

This special program serves over 200 of the most medically fragile and behaviorally challenged children in our community.  HELP’s Summer Program provides Extended School Year (ESY) services for qualifying students as well as camp programming for students requiring assistance, structure and support without ESY. 

The overall goal of the Summer Program is to provide a structured, nurturing environment for children who are medically fragile, severely delayed and/or behaviorally challenged while providing much needed respite for parents. 

In 2018, HELP will continue regional collaboration with the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Euclid City Schools, Parma City Schools, the Catholic Diocese and more than a dozen local school districts to provide convenient east side and west side locations.

If you are interested in registering your child for HELP’s Summer Program please visit

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Volume 9, Issue 2, Posted 2:00 PM, 02.10.2018