Open house planned for Wauwatosa’s Curative Care’s Adult Day Services

April 27, 2018 by  

Wauwatosa’s Curative Care’s Adult Day Services supplies a variety of programs for those with developmental delays and other issues that present them with challenges in their daily living, and it is offering an inside look into what it has to offer.

The initiative, which meets the needs of those age 18 and over, will have program managers and other staff members on hand to answer questions and supply more details about what they do. They will discuss the methods they use to promote independence, and also the benefits their clients receive by using their services.

Those who attend the open house will also be able to find out how the organization’s offerings can be tailored to meet their needs, or the needs of a family member. They will discuss how this can all work together to aid a client in meeting his or her individual goals, as well as share details about Curative Care’s Adult Day Services’ philosophy and curriculum.

There is no charge to take part in the occasion, but anyone who is interested is asked to RSVP to aid in planning the event. Pamphlets and other materials that can help to provide more information to those who take part can be supplied by a local brochure printing company.

This introduction to Creative Care and the services it can provide will be held on May 16 at 1000 North 92nd Street. Its website is the place to go for further details.

Wauwatosa area fundraiser to shake things up

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The mixologists will [Read more]

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The cleanup project is [Read more]

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January 30, 2018 by  

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The Lucky Leprechaun 7K, which is [Read more]

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December 8, 2017 by  

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Local kids will have an [Read more]

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October 8, 2017 by  

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Parents can [Read more]

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August 24, 2017 by  

Wauwatosa kids who like to cook are invited to grab their aprons and head to a series of sessions that will help them learn to be more comfortable in the kitchen.

The Maggiano’s Little Chef Academy will soon be offering cooking classes to [Read more]

Wauwatosa art fair to showcase local talent

July 23, 2017 by  

Art lovers from the local area and further afield as well may wish to save the date for an event that will showcase the talents of more than 75 artists.

This will be the [Read more]

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