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Volunteer Spotlight: Joyce

Tell us some fun facts about yourself.  I enjoy playing music on the piano and swimming. I love spending time with friends and family for hikes, trying new foods, and bowling.…
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Volunteer Spotlight: Ben

Hello, I’m Ben! “I am in the 12th grade at Concordia Christian Academy in Tacoma, and I will be attending college next year. My hobbies include reading, playing instruments (I…
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Meet Abby!

Abby describes why being a physical therapist at CTC is the best! Q: How did you decide on pediatric therapy as a career? I knew when I got into PT…
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Gymnastics at CTC

Q: How does CTC’s gymnastics class benefit children? A: Many of the children in our gymnastics group have had difficult experiences in community-based classes or groups. Our group is small…
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Staff Spotlight: Kate, Special Educator

Kate Wigg, ESIT Special Educator Years at CTC: 2.5 Fun facts: I love to sing, read and listen to podcasts. I love being outside and being active. I enjoy hiking,…
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Staff Spotlight: Breanne, SLP

Breanne Toney, Speech Language Pathologist Years at CTC: 2 (almost!) Fun facts: I love inventing songs for my clients! In my free time I enjoy travel, thrifting, cooking and pampering…
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Staff Spotlight: Molly, SLP

Molly, Speech Language Pathologist – Tacoma Center Years at CTC: 4 Fun facts: I have discovered a passion for gardening over the last year, and I love to cook, hike…
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Volunteer Spotlight: Amelia

Name: Amelia Role: Program Support Volunteer Year with CTC: 3 years Since joining our team in July of 2018, Amelia has volunteered her time assisting in our Fitness Center and…
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Volunteer Spotlight: Miriam

Name: Miriam Role: Program Support Volunteer Years with CTC: 2 Since joining our team in November of 2019, Miriam has volunteered her time at CTC in many different ways including…
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Helping Foster Children in South King County

"Being a new foster parent can be tough no matter the situation, but when you have a child who has experienced significant neglect and trauma it makes that transition much more difficult."
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