- Volunteering Creates a Sense of Purpose for Those with Special Needs
For many of the clients in our Adult Day programs, the idea of working is not even an option, but volunteering is! Volunteering can help give a person a sense of purpose and for the clients we serve the feeling is the same.
- What is Early Intervention and How Can It Help My Young Child?
Should my child be walking yet? When will he/she learn to hold a bottle and pick up food? Should my 18 month old be starting to talk? Many parents have these questions, which an early intervention Birth to Three Program can help answer.
- Making a Splash: Is Aquatic Therapy Right for Your Child?
Contrary to popular belief, aquatic therapy is not simply performing physical therapy intervention in a pool setting or teaching children how to swim.
- 15 Signs of Vestibular System Dysfunction and How to Treat It
The vestibular system is, in a word - complicated - and it can be difficult to detect dysfunction and disorder.
- National Alzheimer's Disease Month
At Curative Care’s Senior Center, we specialize in helping seniors with memory loss.
- Sensory Processing
It is important that all of our sensory systems work together and our brain understands the information received, otherwise, a poor response may result.
- Art Therapy
The freedoms of the creative process allow our clients to imagine, to play, to make choices, to try out ideas, to use their hands, to interact with peers, to learn skills that transfer to other areas of life and to build confidence in this setting that is accepting and non-judgmental.
- How Do You Know if Your Child Is in Need of a Speech Therapist?
All children progress at different stages, so it’s easy for parents to overlook some of the signs and signals that their child is having issues with their speech. Communication delays and disorders are very common in the United States, and early intervention is key to better outcomes.
- Special Needs Estate Planning
Parents of a child with special needs (developmental disabilities, mental illness, autism, severe physical handicaps) must use extra care in their estate planning.