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Here’s your chance to make your voice heard in education and family wellness. curaJOY is a 501(c)3 non-profit that leverages cutting-edge technologies like AI/Machine Learning, 3D animation, and proven behavioral health practices to create root-cause solutions to improve families’ emotional wellness and healthcare equity. We partner with the brightest minds–psychologists, educators, parents, and youths–worldwide to…

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Where and when should my child play curaJOY’s games?

Once purchased, your child may play freely on any internet browsers at home or in school. There is no special app to download.  Remember to make sure that device’s speakers or headphones are working properly as dialogue and tone of voice are important in our games.  Younger children should spend about 15-30 minutes per session…

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curaJOY Organizes Global Emotional Wellness Directory For Underserved Communities

curaJOY launches a free emotional wellness directory that gives marginalized communities access to global mental health providers and evidence-based methods. Nonprofit developer of the family emotional wellness platform Quest Depot, curaJOY, is launching its global emotional wellness directory, ensuring that Asian Pacific Islander, multicultural, cross-cultural, and third-world adults and children have access to inclusive and…

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curaJOY taps into the power of partnerships and volunteerism for its new, innovative educational programs for developing emotional intelligence and social skills.

On a mission to provide personalized, available, and effective emotional wellness support for all families, curaJOY convenes top educators, psychologists and technologists to create an evidence-based program to help families regulate their emotions, overcome setbacks, and establish emotional resilience. The new program was developed for children aged 7-18 and their parents, and incorporates AI-driven algorithms…

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Zone of Proximal Development

When you notice that your child has made obvious progress, it’s easy to forget to encourage them because you may think it’s what they’re supposed to be doing. Just like when the child is younger, not knowing how to play jigsaw puzzles, you would take their hands and finish jigsaw puzzles together. After a period…

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