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Move-A-Thon is Back!
Join CTC this September 18-24, 2023 for a memorable week of moving together to support kids with disabilities and developmental delays and their families — virtually (at Fort Steilacoom Park in Tacoma) and in person! Learn more.
EARLY BIRD PRICING: Register before August 15th and get half off registration! (Both virtual and in-person participation require registration). Virtual participation is free.
Register here: https://runsignup.com/Race/WA/Lakewood/ctc2023moveathon
Did You Miss Coffee Conversations?
On Monday, July 10 we chatted with Family Resources Coordinator Anika about her role in our Early Supports for Infants and Toddlers (ESIT) program and how being a CTC parent in addition to being an FRC helps with her job.
Here is a link to the recorded episode.
Stay tuned for our next Coffee Conversations coming up in early September!
Lullabies and Laughter
Lullabies and Laughter is an inclusive music therapy-based group presented by Ted Brown Music Outreach to foster bonding and development for babies and early toddlers ages 0-2 with any abilities. Their music therapist specializes infant/early childhood music therapy and has designed the group for 1-2 caregivers with their infant/toddler to bond and promote their brain development through music therapy-based interactions.
Registration is still open but act fast!
Washington State Parks Free and Reduced Fees
Washington state has 124 wonderful state parks throughout all regions that offer families and individuals the opportunity to spend time outside. Washington State Parks offers passes that reduce or waive camping, moorage, watercraft launch fees, and day use for limited-income senior citizens, disabled veterans, foster parents, and people with disabilities. Individuals who qualify may apply for more than one type of pass, but only one pass may be used at a time. These passed are only valid at Washington state parks.
To learn more about the discount passes and how to apply visit their website.