Comprehensive Therapy Center

 

 

Helping people, walk, talk, learn and play.

FREE Workshops for Caregivers

 

Comprehensive Therapy Center is once again offering a series of workshops designed to empower parents and caregivers as advocates for their children.  Workshops are FREE and open to the public.

 

 

Let's Raise Some Dough!

July 30 at the Mitten Brewing Company.

50% of all food sales are donated to our scholarship fund.

Coloring Contest and Read to Me Tea

The Thirteenth Annual Read to Me Tea celebrates the artistic accomplishments of 60 West Michigan children with developmental delays.

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Social Groups

We have fun while sharpening social skills.

Grand Rapids Equine Assisted Therapy (GREAT)

We specialize in using a horse for therapy (hippotherapy).

We help people walk, talk, learn, and play

From Occupational Therapy to Equine Assisted Therapy, learn about the programs CTC offers.

 

2018 Coloring Contest Winners & Read to Me Tea

The Thirteenth Annual Read to Me Tea celebrates the artistic accomplishments of 60 West Michigan children with developmental delays.

 

Spring is the season to celebrate, as we recognize Social Worker Month in March, Occupational Therapy Month in April, and Better Hearing and Speech Month in May. Children are eligible to enter the competition by attending the area schools, this was the first year that our in-office clients were invited to enter, and won, this includes members of our social language group and individual therapies.

 

“The artists at the reception are always so impressive,” Jean Silbar, speech pathologist and CTC’s executive director, explained. “They are very professional and it is a treat to celebrate with them.”

 

This year we are honored to welcome local legislators as our “celebrity” readers including a staff member from Representative Justin Amash’s office, Representative Bill Huizenga, Representative Mary Whiteford, Representative Rob VerHeulen, and Mary Judnich from US Senator Debbie Stabenow’s office. This provides parents of special needs children with the opportunity to speak with local lawmakers about their child and special education issues.

 

“This Tea is made possible because our professionals allow our students with disabilities to shine and share their skills with family, friends and our elected representatives,” said Silbar.

 

This year’s subject, Fable and Fairy Tales, had over 100 entries. Winning designs are produced as note cards for participants.

Your local nonprofit therapy center since 1982.

Young Volunteer and Client SmilingThrough our interdisciplinary approach to the whole person, we meet the therapeutic and educational needs of clients through skill building, academic enhancement, and social and emotional support.

We offer speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, and sensory integration and motor therapies. Therapy and Fun, our award-winning summer outreach program and our school-based special education services help more than 300 children with special needs each year.

Therapy And Fun

Therapy and Fun Summer Program

Therapy and Fun is a relaxed, integrated, and intensive program that achieves maximum therapeutic progress for children ages one to fourteen years old.

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Donate

There are many ways you can help Comprehensive Therapy Center continue serving West Michigan children with disabilities.  Your donation will be put to great use! Your donation will ensure that CTC is able to continue serving the needs of our community

Individual Therapy

Individual Therapies

Is your child in need of a little extra help in speech or occupational therapy? Our therapists can supplement therapy received in school for faster progress.

Our Mission

Comprehensive Therapy Center’s mission is to meet the therapeutic and educational needs of people with disabilities through skill building, academic enhancement and social emotional support. We help people walk, talk, learn and play – so they can read, write and work.

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