10.03.22 Weekly News Update

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About CTC’s Boost Program

Boost is a short-term program that helps children (age 3-5 years old) and their families living in South King County connect to services before their first day of kindergarten. Our therapists and educators provide readiness supports for children, while our family navigator help families identify and enroll their children in long-term community supports. These supports include pediatric therapies, school district services, community preschools and playgroups, financial resources, basic need supports, and more.

Read more about Boost

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Interested in Volunteering for CTC?

Volunteers of all ages and abilities are essential to the success and sustainability of Children’s Therapy Center. Volunteers contribute their time and skills, which boosts our operational capacity. They bring their unique backgrounds and experiences, which enrich our services and programs. They strengthen our connection to the community while raising awareness of our mission. With their partnership, we can provide accessible, equitable, and quality care to families in our communities so that children with special needs can reach their full potential.

Learn more!

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Parent Support Group for Families of Children Newly Diagnosed with Autism

Have you recently received an autism diagnosis for your child? Join us for a 4-week virtual support group for CTC parents and caregivers. You will have space to ask questions, talk about next steps, and learn four key strategies that are designed to impact your child’s development. This group is intended for families with children ages 1-5.

  • Monday, October 17, 2022 from 1:00-2:00 pm
  • Monday, October 24, 2022 from 1:00-2:00 pm
  • Monday, October 31, 2022 from 1:00-2:00 pm
  • Monday, November 7, 2022 from 1:00-2:00 pm

Please e-mail Ronda at ronda@ctckids.org to register. Please let us know if you require an interpreter. Click here to add the October 17 event to your calendar.

This Autism Support Group is hosted in partnership with UW Autism Center and Haring Center.

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