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Community Trainings Spring 2018

CTN Parent and Community Training Series 2018 To sign up, email our office manager: At CTN, one of our overriding beliefs is that surrounding children with empowered families and educated professionals supports the greatest

March 2017 Newsletter

Please join us at our upcoming open house!             Our lost and found will be donated on Friday, April 21st Our lost and found is overflowing! Please feel free to

February 2017 Newsletter

We have moved! You can find us in our shiny, new space at 639 Struck Street, Madison 53719. We will be having an open house in the coming months-stay tuned for details! Summer Therapy Groups

Inclement Weather Policy Reminder

We are in the thick of winter weather!  Just a reminder that our inclement weather policy is that we will CLOSE when the Madison Public Schools are closed due to ice/snow.  Otherwise, we are open.

January 2017 Newsletter

Moving update Our clinic is move-in ready! Our final day of treatment at 14 Ellis Potter Court, Suite 200 will be Thursday, February 2nd. The moving trucks will arrive on Saturday, February 4th to move us to our new

December 2016 Newsletter

Building update Our most recent update is one that can be seen simply by driving past our new building on Struck Street!                 Upcoming winter break closure CTN

November 2016 Newsletter

November 2016 Newsletter New Building Update Our new clinic buildout is in full swing! Our staff was recently able to tour the space again now that some walls and electrical work have been done to

September 2016 Newsletter

Fall scheduling We now have one week under our belts with the fall schedule!  Thank you all so much with your flexibility in helping get a workable schedule for everyone. Meet our new SLP, Lindsey

Community Partner Programs

Community Partner Programs   Children’s Therapy Network has developed a variety of community partnerships in order to more fully support the varied needs of our clients.  We are excited to offer training and classes specifically

Summer Programming 2016

 Children’s Therapy Network 2016 Summer Programming GROUPS CTN is thrilled to offer groups for children who are ready to put their skills to use in a larger group setting. We offer a variety of groups

Upcoming music group session

Ages: 18 months-3.5 years Time:   Fridays, 9:30-10:15 Dates:  January 31st through May 16th (no group March 21st) Location: CTN, 14 Ellis Potter Ct. Ste 200 Cost:    $150.00 due at registration for 15 sessions. Registration will remain

Parent and Community Training Dates 2013-2014

Please, check out our new trainings dates, sign up quickly as dates fill up fast! Wednesday, September 25th, 2013, 6:30-8:30 pm The Basics of Sensory Processing and Sensory Diets Wednesday, October 16th, 2013, 6:30-8:30 pm

Sensory Processing Training and Support Groups

Sensory Processing Training and Support Group Winter 2012 Series Children’s Therapy Network offers a monthly training and support opportunity for parents and caregivers.  Trainings will cover the basics for families who are just learning the language as well as more specific information for families who are looking to add to their current knowledge base.  Participants will gain an understanding of sensory processing principles, strategies to use with their child and ways to best advocate for their child.  The training is limited to 15 participants and time will be divided between presentation and a question and answer session in order to give individualized strategies.

Check out our Winter Music and Movement Group

Music and Movement Group- Incorporating Sensory Regulation Principles Are you looking for an opportunity for your child with sensory needs to participate successfully in a group class setting? This fun group experience is based on the music and movement curriculum developed by Musikgarten ( Musikgarten’s proven curriculum provides children with developmentally appropriate activities using music to awaken movement, language and social development. The class will be co-taught by an occupational therapist and a speech therapist, both of whom are experienced with the Musikgarten curriculum. The curriculum will be adapted to support individual children’s specific sensory needs, such as motor planning concerns or sensory defensiveness. The main goal of the group during each session is to ensure that the child is both engaged in the music process, as well as engaged with others in the group: their parents and their peers.

Employment opportunities

We are Currently Hiring For: Occupational Therapist: We are looking for an energetic person to work with us part time or full time.  Expertise in working with children with sensory processing disorders and autism is