Services for Children and Adults

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A Child's Place Preschool

circle timeA Child’s Place Preschool provides quality early childhood and special education instruction, ancillary medical services and physical, occupational, and speech-language therapies to children ages 3 months to 5 years, with and without disabilities.

The Arkansas Technology & Curriculum Access Center

TCC imagesThe Arkansas Technology & Curriculum Access Center (TCC) is a collaborative partnership between the Arkansas Department of Education, Special Education Unit and Easter Seals of Arkansas.

The TCC provides evaluation, consultation, equipment loan and inservice training to meet the needs of children and young adults with disabilities. These services are provided at the Outpatient Services Center; on-site through individual contracts with individuals, school districts and agencies; as well as via web conferencing.


 

 

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Children's Rehabilitation Center

CRC Nurse station.jpgEaster Seals Children's Rehabilitation Center is a 40-bed inpatient rehabilitation program for children ages 3 to 18 who have orthopedic, neuromuscular and/or developmental disabilities.

Grand Prairie Child Development Center

Grand Prairie CDC outside imageEaster Seals Arkansas Grand Prairie Child Development Center is an inclusive program serving children from six weeks to pre-kindergarten.

Home and Community Services/Medicaid Waiver

The Easter Seals Community Services Program provides a variety of services to support children and adults with developmental disabilities in the community.

Infant Monitoring Program

The Infant Monitoring Program (IMP) was established in 1988 to ensure that infants who are born with special needs receive specialized services early and that their parents receive individualized training and support.

Outpatient Therapy

boy in therapy on stairsEaster Seals Arkansas provides outpatient therapy services at its Outpatient Services Building at 3920 Woodland Heights Road in West Little Rock and at the Grand Prairie Child Development Center in Stuttgart.

Outreach Team

Easter Seals Arkansas' Outreach Program travels across the state providing evaluations, consultations, equipment loans and inservice training to meet the needs of students with disabilities ages three through 21.

The Center for Adult Training and Wellness

-hamp computer.jpgAs part of a learning community, adults with disabilities have the opportunity to participate in integrative, high-quality and collaborative learning experiences; and gain skills and knowledge relevant to living in a complex and diverse world.

RENEW Recycling

RENEW118.JPGEaster Seals Arkansas’ recycling program, RENEW, gives adults with disabilities the opportunity to be employed while also helping our community go green.  Collecting and then sorting, shredding and baling all types of office paper and cardboard, the program provides meaningful work and a paycheck to the participating adults.

 

 

 

Butler Adult Living Center

Butler Appartments BuildingThe Butler Adult Living Center is a 10-bed intermediate care facility (ICF/MR) for adults with developmental disabilities.

Community Living

Wilson Court Outside.jpgEaster Seals operates three apartment complexes which provide individuals with disabilities the chance to living independently. Armistead Village, located in West Little Rock, provides housing for 17 adults in single bedroom apartments.  Wilson Court and Wilson Court II are located off University and 12th Street in midtown and provides both one and two bedroom units for 28 adults.

Employment Training

-TrainingWellness1_57.jpgEmployment Services provide vocational training to adults with a wide range of disabilities.

Home and Community Services/Medicaid Waiver

The Easter Seals Community Services Program provides a variety of services to support children and adults with developmental disabilities in the community.