Medical Clown Project
The Medical Clown Project provides therapeutic medical clowning as an integrated component of care for adult and pediatric patients and their families. The medical clowns also benefit the community milieu by lightening the mood of healthcare providers and staff.
Our newsletters, website, and other online and printed materials are intended to create a ‘window’ into therapeutic medical clowning to help you visualize and even, perhaps, viscerally feel the power of our work. Equally important is our commitment to the patients, families, medical team and staff to whom we provide services. Whenever possible, we will share stories, photographs and images of our work. Please know, however, that we are limited by our commitment to respecting the privacy of those we serve.
A Special Thank You to everyone who helped make Grand Circus Rounds on November 13, 2016 a success – all while knowing that your support makes a difference in the lives of the thousands of adults and children in health care settings.
Published in the Alameda Sun, Thursday, November 10, 2016
By Avalon Cassard
(Correction to the article: Medical Clown Project also delivers services at the California Pacific Medical Center and Rhoda Goldman Plaza.)
In the run up to Halloween, clowns have been scaring people but not all clowns are out for mischief. Alameda residents Jeffery Raz and Sherry Sherman are co-founders and part of a team of performers who bring clowning to a new level.Click here for the full post