In 1948, Curative opened it’s doors for the first time on January 2nd, at 1001 Cherry Street in Green Bay. Now, nearly 72 years later, Curative Connections continues their mission of service in Northeastern Wisconsin.
Curative believes that Engaged and Empowered People create vibrant communities:
It starts by making meaningful connections to where we live, with each other, and to services that provide support. For more than 70 years Curative Connections has been here to help families, seniors and people with disabilities find support and care due to aging, dementia, brain injury or other disability. We meet each person – no matter where they are in their journey – and help them navigate options that support their goals for independence. Allowing them to build skills while we provide enriching opportunities for healthy aging.
Curative believes that Healthy Aging isn’t just a concept:
It’s about people being active in body and mind, building relationships, learning new things and contributing to their community. Curative offers a proactive approach to care and a clear focus on individual needs. Where people are engaged in activities that help maintain their independence and improve and extend their quality of life, while doing things they enjoy and value.
Curative believes it’s about Caregivers too:
Curative recognizes that self-care and finding balance is important for caregivers as well. That is why you can have peace of mind knowing that Curative is led by an experienced and empathetic team that puts the person first. Giving you piece of mind, and doing what’s right for every person we serve.
Curative Connections is part of A Family of Companies: ProSolutions, Inc., CornerBoard Solutions, Inc. and Quality Mail Marketing ~
Working together, these organizations support Curative Connections’ mission of helping people achieve their goals for independence, ensuring every person receives the care and support they need.
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