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Sprouting Joy Music Therapy in Tacoma
Music Therapy Group for Children

Sprouting Joy is an inclusive music therapy group for children ages 3 to 8 and their caregivers. It provides opportunities for children of all abilities ​to explore music, make meaningful connections, understand feelings, and much more.

Sprouting Joy qualifies for DDA respite coverage.

  • Saturdays 11:30 am – 12:15 pm
  • Location: ​Ted Brown Music – Tacoma
  • 6228 Tacoma Mall Blvd, Tacoma, WA 98409 Visit their website for more information!
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CTC Parent Support Group on Facebook

Join other CTC parents on this private, closed Parent Support Group on Facebook and share tips, challenges, successes, and conversation. This support group is for CTC parents only. Follow the link above to request to join. We welcome your participation!

Coffee Conversations is CTC's Facebook Live Program.
Host Kourtney Gray with guest Alli Auldridge discuss “Three Cool Things” happening at CTC!
Coffee Conversations

If you missed last week’s Coffee Conversations on Facebook, check out the recording! Director of Community Engagement Alli Auldridge shares about some exciting programs and opportunities happening at CTC. Don’t miss it!

Free computer training by Mission Africa flyer
FREE Digital Navigation Courses

Mission Africa offers free Digital Navigation classes designed for all ages, status, and cultures. They translate into multiples languages including French, Spanish, Lingala, and Swahili and work with people one-on-one at their level of computer literacy.  Everyone is welcome! Register here.  

Assistive Technology for DDA Clients

Did you know that DDA clients can take advantage of funding is available to purchase mobile phones so that clients and providers have access to the technology needed to engage fully in remote services? These phones have unlimited data, text, and Wi-Fi hotspot capability and are ready to be distributed to clients and or providers who may not otherwise have access to participate in remote services.

To learn more visit Informing Families.