Therapy is the art of helping someone live life to it’s fullest. Adventure is embracing the undone and unknown. Mash them together and you have my life.

Staff selected one toy at a time to describe why, how, and the type of play it can be used for.

Staff training on play therapy.

Reaction courtesy of I Can Play Project’s new therapy swing!

Special chair to allow kids with cerebral palsy to be able to sit up and play. First time on a hammock and the world feels so good! Working on visual perceptual and visual motor skills.

The toys from the I Can Play Project have been delivered!

Play is therapeutic… so is shopping. Combine them and you’ll be feeling great! These past couple weeks I’ve finally purchased the toys/supplies from the I Can Play Project for my trip to Grenada later this month.[[MORE]]
And this is just what arrived recently: there’s more coming. Packing will be a curious, but fun challenge. As I sort through the items, I can’t help but tear up feeling anticipation of seeing the residents at the center receive all this and gratitude for everyone who made the I Can Play Project a success.

Play is therapeutic… so is shopping. Combine them and you’ll be feeling great! These past couple weeks I’ve finally purchased the toys/supplies from the I Can Play Project for my trip to Grenada later this month.

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I Can Play and Save the Day Project UPDATE

My trip is booked to return to Grenada next month! It’s been a while, so just to refresh- We raised about $3500 ($500 over our goal). We’re using $1000 for the books, $2000 on therapeutic toys, and $500 on shipping costs.

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