‘Share And Care’ Offers Kids A Chance To Express Feelings Through Art
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A local program is offering children a chance to express themselves through art.
“Share and Care” is an avenue for kids with special needs or children who have been bullied to be able to share their feelings and realize they are not alone.
The program, run through Cedars-Sinai, also helps kids dealing with stressful family situations — death of a loved one, illness, divorce, violence in the home.
Presently, there are 27 schools in LA County who offer “Share and Care” and CBS2’s Health Reporter Lisa Sigell says it’s expanding all the time.
For more information about “Share and Care,” click here.