Creating A respite environment
Every Sunday | 10:15 - 11:30 AM
NCPC Fellowship Building
Special Needs Children of all ages are invited to join us in the North Creek Fellowship Building on Sundays during the 10:30 hour of worship every week.
We want to give parents and caregivers the opportunity to worship while trained staff and volunteers look after their children with disabilities. After the worship hour, our caregivers will provide additional hours of respite depending on a parent’s need, and those arrangements can be made on a weekly basis with the staff.
Note, there is no cost to attend C.A.R.E. and no pre-registration required.
For more information email us by clicking the button below or call 954-428-8772.
MEET THE TEAM
Beverley Nelson Curtis MD FAAP, a practicing pediatrician In Broward County for over 30 years, Beverley has worked as a general pediatrician, in public health as the Medical Executive Director of the Broward County Health Department and as a Pediatric Hospitalist. Currently, Beverley is the Medical Director for the Fort Lauderdale and Miami-Dade Medical Foster Care Program, which serves children with special health care needs in the foster care system. Passionate about giving back to the community, she presently serves on the board of Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies of Broward and the Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Board.
Marilou Raham, an Early Childhood Educator who has been working with children and families for 40 years, Marilou holds certification through the Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC), an industry certification for the Director's Credential with a VPK endorsement and is a member of NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children). Currently, Marilou is the director for the learning lab at JP Taravella High School, teaching high school students to be early childhood educators.
Ernesto Torres, brings years of experience as a parent of an autistic young adult son. He has been actively involved in his son’s education, meeting with all administrators, participating in workshops to align school and home behavior and communication, and knows firsthand the importance of participating together in activities to build trust and understanding.
Radita"Dee Dee" Casapu, is currently a teacher at Palm Beach School for Autism, DeeDee holds a Master's Degree in Special Education, and Bachelor Degrees in English and French as Second Languages. With 28 years of experience in Special Education, DeeDee brings a special energy, experience, and love of caring for all those she teaches.
Robert Waxman, holds a Master’s Degree in Special Education, and has 30 years of experience as a Math, English and Special Education Teacher.