Experiential and Visual Learning for All Age Groups

Replace your mountain of endless to-do lists, family reward charts, kanban boards, progress trackers, journals that require too much of your time and willpower in one visual, gamified experience.

Stop being disappointed or frustrated! 

We develop science-backed, A.I.-enabled learning games to promote personal growth and social emotional learning with the latest advances in brain research, psychology,  behavioral science, and take the human error factor out of implementation.

No more failed goals and crushed dreams.

The ability to overcome obstacles and achieve is fundamental to people’s self esteem, especially in children who are still developing their sense of self. 

For Families

  • Convenient, effective at-home behavior therapy
  • Social skills training for twice gifted children and others with learning differences
  • Medication-free approach to prevent or minimize ADHD symptoms

For Schools and Professionals

  • Improved parent satisfaction with social emotional education curriculum
  • Detailed, individual student progress data and reports
  • Respected, proven program complementary to your services
  • Gamified instruction = High client compliance and satisfaction
  • Consistent execution of cognitive psychology and behavior therapy principles
  • Quick and cost efficient way to implement personalized, differentiated learning

5 Ways To Develop A Growth Mindset In Your Kids

5 Ways To Develop A Growth Mindset In Your Kids

The opportunities of the future lie with those who have the confidence to spot them and audacity to go after them. “Today, the shift from ‘I’ve got a neat idea’ to ‘I run a billion-dollar company’ is occurring faster than ever,” as Peter Diamandis put it. It starts with a growth mindset, and growth mindsets are developed in childhood. Under-utilised potential exists in adults everywhere you look, but we can ... Read More
How to Teach Your Children Boundaries to Form Fulfilling Friendships

How to Teach Your Children Boundaries to Form Fulfilling Friendships

There are times when our children come home from school deflated because another kid left them feeling down. If this is occurring with some frequency, we may need to help our children set boundaries to develop fulfilling friendships. A healthy relationship boundary is a firm, but flexible, spoken expectation you set with another person to clearly define what you find acceptable (or not) in their actions towards you or others ... Read More
I blamed myself for my child’s disability

I blamed myself for my child’s disability

Parents have to ensure that they do not let society's misconceptions make them feel guilty. DR RADICA MAHASE “I blamed myself for my child’s disability. I felt that as his mother, I must have done something wrong when I was pregnant with him. Maybe I ate too much junk food? Maybe I didn’t take the right vitamins or should have taken more vitamins? Maybe I did something wrong in the ... Read More
Eating fruit and veg associated with children's mental well-being

Eating fruit and veg associated with children’s mental well-being

  • Multiple factors influence mental well-being, including nutrition.
  • A recent study found that eating more fruits and vegetables was linked to better mental well-being among children.
  • On the other hand, children who skipped meals were more likely to have lower well-being scores.
Although well-being among adults and children is similar, it is not exactly the same for both groups. Children are still growing, and multiple factors need to ... Read More
13 Truths About Multigenerational Living No One Talks About

13 Truths About Multigenerational Living No One Talks About

If you’re considering moving in with extended family, you’re not alone. The number of families residing in a multigenerational household in America has nearly quadrupled over the past decade, according to a recent study from Generations United. They estimate that 66.7 million adults ages 18 and older live with three or more generations of relatives. In recent years, prolonged unemployment, young adults home from shuttered colleges, and other pandemic-related life ... Read More
Approaching children in a way that encourages them to open up

Approaching children in a way that encourages them to open up

According to recent research, the prevalence of anxiety and sadness in children increased during the pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the lives of children, who are acutely aware of the changes. As a result, children became introverted, refusing to open up to anyone to express their feelings. Hence it is critical that schools have well-defined strategies to ensure the social and emotional health of their students. This ... Read More
4 Social-Emotional Practices to Help Students Flourish Now

4 Social-Emotional Practices to Help Students Flourish Now

Stephanie Jones is the Gerald S. Lesser Professor in early-childhood development at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education. She is the primary author of the July 2021 report “Navigating SEL from the Inside Out: Looking Inside & Across 33 Leading SEL Programs, A Practical Resource for Schools and OST Providers, Revised and Expanded 2nd edition,” commissioned by the Wallace Foundation. Unpredictable. That is how I would describe the last two ... Read More
What Parents Can Do To Shape Their Kids' Early Memories

What Parents Can Do To Shape Their Kids’ Early Memories

Over the past 18 months, many parents have asked themselves: How much of the pandemic will my children remember? And how might those lasting memories — as well as all the others they carry from their childhood — shape who they become? I’ve personally wondered about that with my own children, especially my toddler, who has now lived more than half his life during an unprecedented global health crisis. I ... Read More
DESR: Why Deficient Emotional Self-Regulation is Central to ADHD (and Largely Overlooked)

DESR: Why Deficient Emotional Self-Regulation is Central to ADHD (and Largely Overlooked)

Deficient emotional self-regulation (DESR) is a relatively new term used to describe the problem of impulsive emotion coupled with emotional self-regulation difficulties long associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD). DESR may be new to the ADHD lexicon, however I argue that it is a core and commonly overlooked component of the disorder — and one that can help predict a patient’s impairments, and even improve diagnostic and ... Read More

IQ + EQ = Lifelong Success

curaFUN’s interactive online programs improve confidence, time management, communication, emotional intelligence, self-discipline and social skills.