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News and insights from The Bradley Center

A Collaborative Community

There are so many ways to give to the mission of Bradley. Our work is collaborative, as many individuals come together to build lives of possibility for the children in our care. Bob Zambon has championed the children of Bradley over decades. He has been a senior...

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Prioritizing Mental Health in Our State Budget

The mental health needs of children are urgent. According to the CDC, 1 in 5 U.S. children were experiencing mental health challenges even before the COVID–19 pandemic. These issues have led to a 60% increase in suicide among 10- to 24-year-olds since 2007, which is...

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New Creative Arts Studio Opens Avenues for Healing

The LOTUS Studio (Loving Ourselves Through Unique Senses) is our new and groundbreaking creative arts center.  It gives all who enter a therapeutic space to explore, enhance, and engage all of their senses.  Through expressive therapeutic modalities such as...

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Enhancing Our Library

School libraries are supposed to be dynamic spaces where children go to learn, access resources, and become lifelong readers. The current library at The Bradley School is not that—yet!  With mismatched shelves, used books with yellowed pages, torn carpet, and...

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The Transformative Power of The Eaton Day of Caring

For more than a decade, Eaton and its generous employees have rolled up their sleeves each summer to completely transform the Bradley campus during an Eaton Day of Caring. For the past two years, this event was canceled due to safety concerns over COVID-19.  The...

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