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 will be closed for winter break on Monday, December 26th through Friday, December 30th. We will reopen on Monday, January 2nd at 8:00 am. We hope everyone enjoys their time making memories with their family and friends this holiday season!
CTN Winter Weather Cancellation Policy
As many of us have experienced, winter in Wisconsin can bring conditions that are too hazardous to drive in. We take the safety of all of our families very seriously and ask that our families call our office with as much advanced notice as possible to cancel therapy if they feel road conditions are too poor to travel in. CTN will close if Madison Metropolitan School District closes due to snow, but not due to cold. If you have any questions about our winter cancellation policy, please feel free to reach out to our office.
CTN Head Lice Policy
Head lice are a very common nuisance, especially among children. While they most often do not pose a serious health threat, they are unpleasant, as they cause itching and can be difficult to eradicate. Lice are highly communicable, but are not a sign of poor hygiene. Lice move by crawling; they cannot hop or fly. While the spread of head lice is most commonly caused by close person-to-person contact, infestation can also occur through contact with affected materials/personal belongings.
Prevention is the best way to prevent head lice. If head lice or nits (lice eggs) are discovered at home, parents are asked to inform Children’s Therapy Network right away—regardless of whether the head lice or nits are found on the client’s head or any other family member’s head. The child’s therapy sessions will be canceled until there are no longer any adult lice or nits present. Please note that while the CDC does not recommend a “no-nit” policy in schools, Children’s Therapy Network does require such a policy due to the high level of contact with materials in our clinic that may transmit lice. If a case of head lice does occur in your home, please know that confidentiality will be maintained.