- November 18th: Michigan’s Pause to Save Lives order was issued. We updated our Preparedness Plan and remain open under our “Safer at Home” phase.
- October 28th: With almost $10,000 in funding from the Kent County Non-Profit Organization COVID-19 Grant Fund, we purchased 30 iPads for children. These iPads reduce barriers to access to the vital therapy services we provide. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in checking out an iPad for use during therapy.
- August 5th: Released our COVID 19 Preparedness and Response Plan.
- August 3rd: Re-opened the clinic, with reduced hours, for in-person services.
- July 7: The first day of our first ever TeleTherapy & Fun summer program began.
- July 6: CTC entered Phase 2 of our Reopening Plan.
- July 29: Our first virtual event, the 15th Annual Read to Me Tea, was launched.
- June 22: CompuCraft donated funds to purchase new iPads for teletherapy. Board and staff matches followed.
- June 1: we began seeing clients via teletherapy.
- May 20: CTC was approved funds from the Nonprofit Technical Assistance Fund to purchase hardware to assist in teletherapy.
- May 15: CTC entered Phase 1 of our Reopening Plan.
- May 1: Work began on our reopening plan, which was approved by both CTC’s board and staff.
- March 20: CTC closed its doors to all clients and staff. All in-person services were suspended while we upgraded our technology and moved towards a teletherapy model.
Current Phase: Safer at Home
To Our Families, Friends, and Supporters:
CTC is committed to serving clients throughout the pandemic. Our speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, dance movement therapy, and a range of other programs are available over telehealth and in-person. Our team will work with you to find the best fit for your family.
Our current opening phase is: Safer at Home.
Here’s what you can expect:
- A therapist will talk to you on the phone before you schedule your evaluation. You will decide together whether in-person or telehealth services are best for your family at this time.
- Our tech lending library is available for individuals who want to use telehealth services.
- In-Person therapy takes place in well-ventilated rooms with plenty of time between sessions for sanitation and ventilation.
- Our waiting rooms are one-family-at-a-time.
- Everyone who enters the clinic must follow a temperature and symptom check and follow standard safety precautions: wear a mass, wash or sanitize your hands, and maintain social distance.
- If you aren’t feeling well or you have symptoms, stay home. There is no penalty for canceling or re-scheduling services during the pandemic.
If you have questions or want to schedule an appointment, please call (616) 559-1054 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yours in the service of children with developmental disabilities and delays,