About Us

curaFUN's Mission To Enhance Children's Emotional Wellbeing

curaFUN is a nonprofit dedicated to building children’s emotional fitness, especially in the Asian communities and third culture kids. Through providing assessments and training of inner strengths such as confidence, self-discipline, empathy, cooperation, resilience, confidence, communication skills and multilingualism, we help increase their lifetime achievement and satisfaction. curaFUN currently offers programs for children 5-11 years old in Mandarin Chinese and English, and are expanding our coverage to meet demands.

The relationship between academic achievement and social emotional development is bilateral and symbiotic. Our Multilingual Immersions, StrengthBuilders and personalized comics integrate fun and social emotional fitness into the learning process to help children acquire and develop the critical inner strengths and cultural fluidity necessary to thrive — in school, throughout life and around the world.

curaFUN believes IQ + EQ = Lifelong Success, and endeavors to be a piece of that missing link.

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SCHOOL

  • Improved parent satisfaction with social emotional education curriculum
  • Detailed, individual student progress data and reports
  • Quick and cost efficient way to implement personalized, differentiated learning

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PARENTS

  • 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

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PROFESSIONALS

  • Respected, proven program complementary to your services
  • Gamified instruction = High client compliance and satisfaction
  • Consistent execution of cognitive psychology and behavior therapy principles

Asian Communities' Emotional Wellbeing

To the extent that we strengthen SEL, we increase the likelihood that students will learn to the best of their ability - Dr. Darling-Hammond

Social Skill

In many countries, Asian children are stereotyped as quiet, agreeable and brainy. While Asians excel in school–Ivy League colleges and in test score dependent careers such as medical doctors, accountants and lawyers, they don’t advance at an equally rapid rate after higher education. What is the missing link? What slows their advancement once Asian students go into society?

Parents play a crucial role in their children’s lives, so we not only welcome the involvement of parents, but view them as vital partners in their children’s growth. When you sign your child up for a subscription, you don’t just get a learning program, but also the support with which to use it to its fullest potential. These resources include regular and personalized feedback, accurate assessment reports, parenting tips and private consultations.