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10th Annual “A Night with the Stars” Oscar Gala Sunday, March 2, 2014

Written by admin on February 25, 2014 – 11:23 am -

Children’s Therapy Clinic invites you to spend “A Night with the Stars” at our Oscar Party fundraiser. Join us for our 10th annual gala benefit at Embassy Suites, Charleston on Sunday, March 2, 2014. Spend a Night with the Stars featuring a Hollywood atmosphere, Red Carpet Entrance, Paparazzi, Silent Auction, hors d’oeuvres and desserts, and fun contests (including a Celebrity Costume Contest, Oscars Trivia, and Pick the Winners), and a live, big screen broadcast of the 2014 Academy Awards.
Tickets are $100 in advance and $125 if purchased the evening of the event. Tables of 10 are available for $900. For more information or to reserve your seat today, call 304-342-9515. You can also purchase tickets using PayPal link below.

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Children’s Therapy Clinic’s 77 year History in the Kanawha Valley

Written by admin on November 10, 2012 – 2:20 pm -

Children’s Therapy Clinic has been providing services to children with special needs in the Kanawha Valley since 1935 when it began as the Kanawha Society for Crippled Children and Adults. In 1969 it was renamed the Cerebral Palsy Clinic. Finally, in 1986 its name was changed to the Children’s Therapy Clinic, Inc., to reflect an expansion of therapy services to all children regardless of diagnosis.
In the late 90′s CTC faced financial difficulties due to changes in reimbursement structure for children with chronic disabling conditions from Medicaid and other third party payers. In June 1998, CTC and Shawnee Hills entered into an agreement under which Shawnee Hills agreed to provide therapy and other services similar to those previously provided by CTC. Children’s Therapy Clinic maintained its 501(c)3 tax-exempt status and became a fund-raising and advocacy organization for the children it previously served. Unfortunately, Shawnee Hills faced the same financial difficulties in serving this population as CTC and ceased providing service in April 2000.
The clinic’s Board of Directors worked with the Kanawha Coalition for Community Health Improvement and United Way to find a way to reestablish pediatric therapy services to the neediest children in the Kanawha Valley. Knowing that the Clinic would have to raise 100% of its budget through general fundraising, private contributions and grants, several changes and cuts were made to the operating budget. Children’s Therapy Clinic reopened on April 30, 2001 as a free clinic for children with special needs. Since reopening, the Clinic has been inundated with calls from parents and other providers seeking services for more children than the Clinic has the funding to provide.
After 9 years as a free clinic, CTC began billing insurance for those clients who have some coverage and established a sliding fee scale in 2010. Clients whose income is over 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) pay a fee ranging from $5-$50/session. Therapy services remain free for almost 75% of the clinic’s clients whose families’ incomes are below 200% of the FPL. With this change, we hope to continue to grow and be able to lessen the wait time for services.
In 2012 the clinic has surpassed the service level of 2011 by almost 29%. We need the support of this community to continue providing these services to the children of the Kanawha Valley. Please visit the rest of our website to learn more about the services we provide, how you can refer a child who may need our services, and ways you can support the clinic.


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Don’t miss the 8th Annual “A Night with the Stars”!

Written by admin on August 31, 2011 – 5:45 pm -

Children’s Therapy Clinic invites you to spend “A Night with the Stars”. Join us for our 8th annual gala benefit at Embassy Suites, Charleston on Sunday, February 26, 2012. Spend a Night with the Stars featuring a Hollywood atmosphere, Red Carpet Entrance, Paparazzi, Silent Auction, hors d’oeuvres and desserts, and fun contests (including a Celebrity Costume Contest, Oscars Trivia, and Pick the Winners), and a live, big screen broadcast of the 2012 Academy Awards.
Tickets are $75 in advance and $100 if purchased the evening of the event. Tables of 10 are available for $750. For more information or to reserve your seat today, call 304-342-9515.


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2011 “A Night With the Stars” Oscar Gala benefit for Children’s Therapy Clinic

Written by admin on January 13, 2011 – 7:48 pm -

IMG_99Mark your calendar for “A Night with the Stars”, the clinic’s annual fundraiser to be held Sunday, February 27 at the Embassy Suites Hotel during the live big screen broadcast of the 2011 Academy Awards®. Highlights of the evening include a Hollywood atmosphere, Red Carpet entrance, paparazzi, a generous selection of hors d’oeurves, legal beverages, desserts and fun games including a Celebrity Costume contest and Oscar Trivia. Individual tickets are $75 in advance or $100 at the door. Tables for 10 are available for $750 apiece. Corporate and individual sponsorships are available at $500 and up. For more information about purchasing tickets or becoming a sponsor, please email valicia@childrenstherapyclinic.com or call clinic director Valicia Leary at 304-342-9515 or Oscars Committee Chair Dawn Combs at 304-437-1329. IMG_126


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2010 “Make a Miracle” 5K Walk/Run & 10K Run

Written by admin on May 24, 2010 – 3:39 pm -

Mark your calendars now for the 2010 “Make a Miracle” 5K Walk/Run & 10K Run for Children’s Therapy Clinic. This event will take place on Saturday, August 7 at Cookskin Park in Charleston, WV. Registration will begin at 8am and the run will begin at 9am. For more information, email ctcrunner@aol.com or call 304-342-9515.


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“A Night with the Stars”

Written by admin on January 26, 2010 – 8:41 am -

Tickets are now available for “A Night with the Stars” ~~ the clinic’s annual fundraiser to be held Sunday, March 7 at the Embassy Suites Hotel during a live big screen broadcast of the Academy Awards®. Highlights of the evening include a Hollywood atmosphere, Red Carpet entrance, paparazzi, a generous selection of hors d’oeurves, legal beverages and desserts and fun games including a Celebrity Costume contest and Oscar Trivia. Tables for 10 are available for $750 apiece. Individual tickets are $75 in advance or $100 at the door. Corporate and individual sponsorships are needed for the fundraiser at $500 and up. For more information about purchasing tickets or becoming a sponsor, please email valicia@childrenstherapyclinic.com or call clinic director Valicia Leary at 304-342-9515 or board member Dawn Combs at 304-437-1329.

2010 Shining Star Award recipients Dr. Mark and Mary Beth Casdorph and family

2010 Shining Star Award recipients Dr. Mark and Mary Beth Casdorph and family


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Happy Holidays!

Written by admin on December 13, 2009 – 1:13 pm -

Dear Friends of CTC,
There’s a chill in the air and a new season is upon us. The season of joy, peace, faith, and hope — joy that we are able to live in the moment, wishes of peace to all, faith that good things will happen, and hope for the future. We would like to send you good wishes for the new year.
As most of you know, Children’s Therapy Clinic is a non-profit organization. We provide physical, speech, and occupational therapies and an autism socialization program to children with special needs. We’ve served hundreds of children in the Kanawha Valley since 1935. In 2009 alone the clinic has provided 2,479 free therapy visits to our clients. This is almost 600 more than last year.

Here’s one story of how the clinic has impacted a family:
“As a mother of three sons with autism, CTC has become a second home. For my children and me to be surrounded by so much love, caring, and understanding has meant the world to us. To some the gains may be small, but to me and the staff at CTC these gains are the building blocks to a happier and more fulfilled life for my boys. Because of CTC our future is brighter and our days get just a little bit more normal-which to a parent of children with autism is a dream come true: a dream that may never have come true without the services provided by CTC.”
-Bekah A.

Children’s Therapy Clinic is solely dependant on fundraising, grants, and the generosity of donors. Without this support, many children in need would go without the therapy so important in their young lives. In this time of economic instability, our request for your support is especially urgent. A seasonal donation card is enclosed with the hope that you will offer these children the chance for a brighter future.
Every donation makes a difference, regardless of size and will be put to good use, right here in this community. We are located at 113 Lakeview Drive, Charleston. Please call us at (304) 342-9515 and arrange a visit to see how your support helps the children.
On behalf of the clients, staff, and Board of Directors, I would like to thank you for your generosity and continued support. May you have a happy holiday season!

Sincerely,

Valicia Leary
Executive Director

Children’s Therapy Clinic Board of Directors

Jessica Alsop
Bonnie Bailey
Stacy Boggess
Mike Bumgarner
Mark Casdorph
Mary Beth Casdorph
Shawn Casey
Julie Chincheck
Dawn Combs
Amy Condaras
Harvey Creasy
Nina Darnell
Julie DeTemple
Sherie Estes
John Fischer
Cheryle Hall
Kate Porter
Mark Robinson
Phenia Simmons
Jim Strawn
Jacqueline Switzer

Children’s Therapy Clinic is a 501(c)3 organization, donations to which are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Donations of $500 or more may qualify for the WV NIP tax credit.


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Cruisin’ for CTC: The countdown is on!

Written by admin on September 10, 2009 – 6:58 am -

Cruisin' For CTC Car Show

Cruisin’ For CTC Weekend is here! Join us Saturday September 12 from 12-5 pm in South Charleston.

The show will be on 6th Avenue during the South Charleston Mound Festival. We’ll have a 50/50, raffles, and the first 25 cars registered will receive a dash plaque. Use your spare change to help choose the People’s Favorite– all the money will support CTC’s therapy services.

Registration is just $15. Call (304) 342-9515 or email info@childrenstherapyclinic.com for more information or to register your classic car.


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Cruisin’ for CTC Fundraising Event

Written by admin on August 17, 2009 – 12:22 pm -

Cruisin' For CTC Car Show

Cruisin' For CTC Car Show

Parents of CTC families are organizing a benefit car show, Cruisin’ for CTC, on Saturday September 12 from 12-5 pm in South Charleston. The show will be on 6th Avenue during the South Charleston Mound Festival. We’ll have a 50/50, raffles, and the first 25 cars registered will receive a dash plaque. Use your spare change to help choose the People’s Favorite– all the money will support CTC’s therapy services.

Registration is just $10 before August 28th and $15 after the 28th. Call (304) 342-9515 or email info@childrenstherapyclinic.com for more information or to register your classic car.


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Make A Miracle 2009

Written by admin on August 4, 2009 – 10:32 am -

CTC Supporters Kate Porter and Cecilia Baker

Our annual 10K run and 5K Walk/Run is one of our biggest fundraising efforts. This year was our best turn out yet! Thanks to all the runners, walkers, volunteers, and sponsors who helped make this event such a success.

2009 Make A Miracle Sponsors:

American Electric Power

Arnett & Foster

BB&T

Beth Burdette

CAMC

City National Bank

Cathy Graceson/Dingess-Rum

Donna Panucci, DDS

DOW

Family Psychiatric Services

Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #1040

Roger Griffith, CPA of Gray, Griffith, & Mays

Hilliard Lyons, LLC

Jackson Kelly, PLLC

Kanawha County Emergency Ambulance Authority

Kanawha County Parks & Recreation

Larry L. Rowe, Attorney at Law

Marshall Spradling Law Office

McJunkin Red Man Corporation

MedExpress Urgent Care

New Century Emergency Physicians of WV

Potesta & Associates, Inc.

PrimeCare Medical of WV

Spilman Thomas & Battle

Star USA Federal Credit Union

Thomas Memorial Hospital

Tim Thistlethwaite, MD

Triana Energy

Tri-State Racetrack and Gaming Center

Walker Machinery

WesBanco

William & Pam Harvit


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