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Susan P. Atwood
450 N Main St, Sharon, MA 02067
Dr. Susan P. Atwood is a licensed psychologist. Dr. Atwood uses psychotherapy to treat children, teens, women, parentsMore and families. Some of the issues Dr. Atwood treats include depression, stress/anxiety, relationships, trauma, loss and parenting and life issues.  Monthly support groups led by Dr. Atwood cover loss, parenting and care giving, with other classes on relaxation, meditation and visualization available for children, adults and teens.
Suzanne Gervais
31 Foxfire Dr, Sharon, MA 02067
Suzanne Gervais is an educational consultant. She also is the president of the Sharon Special Education Parent AdvisoryMore Council, which provides training, education, information and support for parents within the Sharon school district. Gervais is licensed in special education and offers consulting related to program management, policy implementation, supervision and professional training in the special education institutional setting.
Sharon Education Foundation
75 Mountain St, Sharon, MA 02067
The Sharon Education Foundation is a nonprofit that provides private funding for innovative and challengingMore programs in Sharon public schools. The foundation is comprised of parents, educators, alumni and business owners seeking to promote innovation and creativity within the school system. The board is headed by co-Presidents Kathy Hershfield and Dianne S. Needle.
Century 21
21 S Main St, Sharon, MA 02067
Owner Karl Pease bought Sharon's Century 21 in 1997.  A Sharon resident, Pease grew up in the real estate businessMore as his parents own the Sherborn Century 21 office. The South Main Street address has been home to real estate offices since the 1950s, when Florence Kates opened a real estate office, pioneering in the then-predominantly male-oriented business. Since it was founded in 1971, Century 21 has offices in all 50 states and in more than 60 countries worldwide.
Peek A Boo Playschool
9 Williams Rd, Sharon, MA 02067
This playschool is for toddlers aged 18 to 36 months. Parents can choose from flexible schedules two, three or fourMore mornings per week. The program includes indoor and outdoor play time, story time, art projects, circle time discussions, songs, and fun and educational activities such as puzzles and small manipulatives. The theme-based curriculum is tailored to toddlers. The child must be 18 months by September 30 of the following year in order to register.
Islamic Academy of New England
86 Chase Dr, Sharon, MA 02067
The Islamic Academy of New England aims to provide a top quality  level of education while simultaneouslyMore integrating myriad aspects of Islam in its teaching programs. The Academy looks to teach children lifelong lessons that they will tkae with them long after their formal education is over.  A weekly Friday newsletter e-mailed home keeps parents aware of happenings at the Academy.