Milwaukee County Disability Services Division invites you to "Children’s Services 101." This monthly meeting is designed to introduce, refresh and clarify the Milwaukee County Children's Services [...]
We are excited to share a personal welcome from our new President and CEO, Polina Makievsky, as she starts her second week here at Penfield. Polina brings over 25 years of nonprofit leadership and a genuine passion for serving children and families. We are excited to build the future of Penfield under her leadership.
As a parent or caregiver, there are many ways to support your child's language development. Reading is one of them! Learn the 4 language skills developed during reading and how to practice those skills while you read with your child.
Join us this Wednesday for a Sensory Friendly Session at Betty Brinn Children's Museum! This is a great opportunity to experience the museum in a calmer and quieter setting. The event takes place from 5pm-7pm and children of all abilities are welcome to attend.
Scan the QR code to register for the event or reach out to Jaqui with any questions.
On Wednesday, our Admin team, DEI, and HR department were recognized as part of Penfield's Culture of Recognition. Employees enjoyed a musical parade courtesy of our daycare children and special treats to recognize their hard work and commitment to serving the children and families of Penfield.
Big thank-you to Lily Beyer for sharing her self-defense expertise with some of our in-home staff! Last Friday, our group visited Neutral Ground Milwaukee and learned a wide range of self-defense skills that can be applied to real-life situations. Our group had a great time learning and practicing the different techniques. ... See MoreSee Less