A Look Back at the 2019 Trail & Riding Show

A Look Back at the 2019 Trail & Riding Show

  • Posted by MCRC Staff
  • On April 18, 2019
On the morning of the event, the air was crisp and fresh due to the rain storm that swept through Midland the previous evening. Everything was lining up just right for the third annual MCRC Trail and Riding Show. The horses were just as eager as the kids to show off their skills and each […]
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Learning Through Play

  • Posted by MCRC Staff
  • On April 17, 2019
The act of playing is an important tool that influences a child’s life. The primary goals of childhood are to grow, learn, and play. It is often through play that children learn to make sense of the world around them. It is a child’s “job” or “occupation” to play to develop physical coordination, emotional maturity, […]
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An Open Letter to Our Volunteers

  • Posted by MCRC Staff
  • On April 16, 2019
Dear MCRC Volunteer, Thank you.Thank. You. You probably hear these two simple words more than a thousand times throughout the day at MCRC. That’s because you do so much, give up so much, and bring so much to help the children in our programs excel. It doesn’t seem like those words are enough sometimes because, […]
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April is OT Month

  • Posted by MCRC Staff
  • On April 4, 2019
It's April - OT Month! So get up and get moving with some of these great ideas that help stimulate physical and mental health!
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Owls for Pals

  • Posted by MCRC Staff
  • On March 19, 2019
We are so excited Hillander School has selected to fundraise for the Sensory Room at Midland Children’s Rehabilitation Center! The Sensory Room is extremely versatile. The space allows for many different types of therapeutic intervention, while at the same time being fun, entertaining and exciting. This room is used to aide MCRC children in reaching […]
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Mission Moment… Meet Harper!

  • Posted by MCRC Staff
  • On March 6, 2019
When Harper was a baby, she was diagnosed with Craniosynostosis. Craniosynostosis is a birth defect that causes the joints between the bones of a baby’s skull to close prematurely before the brain is fully formed. Then last year Harper received a diagnosis of Tublin Gene Malformation. Doctors informed Harper’s parents she may never walk or […]
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