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

How understanding your child’s unique nature can make you a more effective parent

How understanding your child’s unique nature can make you a more effective parent

VCU professor Danielle Dick’s new book, ‘The Child Code,’ helps parents adapt their parenting strategies to fit how their child is wired. Genetics influence every aspect of human behavior. But that biological fact is often ignored when it comes to parenting advice, which tends to perpetuate the myth that parenting techniques alone determine a child’s behavior and future. In “The Child Code: Understanding Your Child's Unique Nature for Happier, More ... Read More
The psychological concept that may change how you process your emotions

The psychological concept that may change how you process your emotions

What if you were approached outside an insurance office by a cognitive scientist offering you $5 to answer this question: Can a beetle feel love?” Your answer may depend on a constellation of influences. You may think of the last time you squashed a beetle and felt bad about it. Or maybe, you think of the invasive beetle that’s infested your backyard. It may be a gut reaction: Of course ... Read More
Effects of marital dispute, divorce on children

Effects of marital dispute, divorce on children

Few would dispute that the different relationships that exist within a family affect the other members of the family as well. The most important relationship in this dynamic is that of parents and its effect on children. The quality of these relationships can affect children's emotional, cognitive and physical development and can imprint on their mental health as an adult as well. No relationship is free from turmoil. Conflicts and ... Read More
Nationwide study says one in two children suffers from anxiety

Nationwide study says one in two children suffers from anxiety

24% of youths said they had received unwanted or nasty emails, texts or messages intended to hurt them A survey by leading psychiatrists among 755 children and youths aged five-16 has identified a staggering 62% being at risk of emotional problems and a host of issues which fell short of a mental disorder. In a first-of-its-kind assessment of Maltese childhood and adolescence, psychiatric registrar Rosemarie Sacco said more youths need ... Read More
Supporting a bullied middle schooler

Supporting a bullied middle schooler

The door bangs shut. Your teen is home from middle school with their head hanging down and in disbelief. When you ask how the day went, they bury their head in their hands, cry, and share that their best friend is spreading rumors about them all over school and not letting them sit with any friends at lunch. Your heart sinks. Maybe you recall the many ways in which middle ... Read More
Why social norms around working moms should change

Why social norms around working moms should change

Women are not domestic servants; they may also have a professional life of their own and children should be able to understand this fact from an early age. Working moms face real pressure Motherhood is something most of us look forward to, with us preparing for it in the pursuit of happiness, but honestly, nothing can ever prepare you for it. We take classes, do research and speak to others ... Read More
Shh … How a little silence can go a long way for kids’ mental health

Shh … How a little silence can go a long way for kids’ mental health

Amy Carson’s four-year-old daughter is ignoring her—and she doesn't mind one bit. Pushing Isa in her pram, Carson is opting for a walk instead of a drive after a playdate to give them both a break from the thrum of life. The 15-minute soundless sojourns make a big difference. “This silent time is really helpful for Isa after an outing,” Carson says. “She’s calmer watching the world go by while ... Read More
Forget Tiger Moms. Now China's 'Chicken Blood' Parents Are Pushing Kids To Succeed

Forget Tiger Moms. Now China’s ‘Chicken Blood’ Parents Are Pushing Kids To Succeed

BEIJING — They schedule their children's days in 15-minute increments. They scour online forums and swap tips on the most exclusive tutors and best sports coaches. Some even buy second homes next to the best public schools. Forget Tiger moms. These are China's jiwa or "chicken" parents, who are known for their attentive — some say obsessive — parenting style. The term is used to describe aggressive helicopter parenting, and ... Read More
Early Childhood Education and the Four Key Benefits on Child Development

Early Childhood Education and the Four Key Benefits on Child Development

ECE or Early Child Education is considered to be a crucial period in child development. Although not mandatory by the Unites States Department of Education, the early childhood education is a fundamental stage in the learning. The National Association for Early Childhood Education for Young Children (NAEYC) defines early childhood as occurring before the age of 8. It is during this period that a child experiences the fastest stage of ... Read More

IQ + EQ = Lifelong Success

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