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GiveBIG for CTC!
Early giving has already started for GiveBIG, Washington’s annual 48 hours of generosity. You can make an impact now, before GiveBIG takes place on May 2 and 3. Please visit our website and make a gift that is meaningful to you.
Your support lays the foundation for everything we do. CTC’s therapists and professional staff provide life-changing physical, occupational, and speech therapy and early support for more than 3,000 children in Washington each year. Your contribution ensures a future where all children can grow, thrive, and reach their potential.
Join Us This Saturday! Community Health & Wellness Fair at CTC
Join us at our Kent location on Saturday, May 6 for an event offering FREE dental services, supplies, and support. Good oral health can reduce the risk of many diseases like endocarditis, stroke and heart disease.
Medical Teams International will be on site with their mobile dental clinic.
Join us for this special event in partnership with King County Promotores Network, Public Health of Seattle and King County.
Please share this information with family and friends!
Celebrate with Us!
All CTC families are welcome to join us to celebrate children at our Feliz Dia del Nino event on Friday, April 28 from 11:00 – 3:00 pm at our Kent site!
Coffee Conversations: CTC’s Feeding Support Program
Mark your calendars for Monday, May 8, 2023 at NOON and join us on Facebook Live for a very special Coffee Conversations! We’ll share more about a unique program at CTC that helps parents whose children have difficulty eating.
“The vast majority of the neurodivergent population we serve has feeding issues,” says CTC occupational therapist Alli Payton. “There is a huge need in the community for a program like ours, mostly because it’s a specialty area that often includes nutritionists and gastrointestinal doctors in addition to therapists. We are so excited to be offering this kind of support at CTC!”
You do not need a Facebook account to watch this episode, and it will be recorded and re-shared later that week for those who missed it.