Madison’s Story

July 25, 2023

Madison is a girl on a mission. Walking, talking and eating – these are the things she’s working hard to learn. It’s been an uphill climb. In addition to being…

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Jack’s Story

February 20, 2023

Jack’s Story When my son Jack was 4 months old, we realized he was struggling to hold his head up on his own and wasn’t even attempting to roll over.…

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Nate’s Story

April 5, 2022

“CTC takes a family approach. They know that in order for a child to thrive, the whole family has to thrive.”  Five-year old Nate was a micro-preemie, born at 23…

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Chase’s Story

December 2, 2021

A child’s progress in therapy can often feel like a slow process, especially when that progress is years in the making. “As parents, we’ve had to learn how to celebrate…

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Alex’s Story

November 15, 2021

When five-year old Alex arrives at Children’s Therapy Center for his weekly speech-language and feeding therapy session, he can hardly contain his excitement. Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Alex…

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Warren’s Story

October 12, 2021

“CTC’s support for our family has been invaluable and I cannot imagine going on this journey without their care! Financially supporting CTC’s program is important to us, as we imagine…

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Celebrating Volunteer Susan Adams

April 9, 2021

At CTC we love our volunteers! In celebration of Volunteer Appreciation Week in April, we invited Board member Susan Adams to share a little about herself and why she supports…

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Bodhi’s Story

April 7, 2021

Three-year old Bodhi began receiving speech therapy right during the middle of the pandemic. “We’ve only experienced therapy remotely through Zoom,” says his mother, Stephanie. “We really wanted to get…

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January 1, 2019

The first question after his birth was, “Would he survive?”

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Rhys’s Story

January 1, 2019

Rhys came to Children’s Therapy Center as an infant after being diagnosed with microcephaly and schizencephaly, a rare birth defect that causes abnormal clefts in the brain. Now nearly five…

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