Mark Curtis, M.A. Ed.
Therapeutic Activities Coordinator & Educator
Mr. Mark’s professional adventures with Helping Hands for Better Living Adult Day Health Care Center (ADHC) began over sixteen years ago during his role as a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN).
Shortly after the completion of the student-teaching requirements for his Master’s Degree in Education, he was promoted to the position of Activity Coordinator by founder, L. Jeanette Tatum.
For the past 12 years, Mr. Mark has served as the Activity Coordinator and Director for Helping Hands for Better Living, which has made a huge impact on the center’s Community Based Adult Services (CBAS) program, “I have been honored to serve our program participants by creating educational and engaging therapeutic program activities. My goal is for our program participants to have positive experiences while learning about life skills and the world around them.”
Mr. Mark’s 40+ years work experience in healthcare and education includes long-term skilled nursing, teaching in elementary and special education classrooms, as well as distance tutoring serving underprivileged and special needs students.