2930 Woodland Heights Road
Little Rock, AR 72212
Mission Statement: The mission of Easter Seals Arkansas is to provide exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs have equal opportunities to live, learn, work, and play in their communities.
Overview: Easter Seals Arkansas’ programs include a 40-bed pediatric inpatient rehabilitation center, a preschool, and outpatient therapy programs in Little Rock and Stuttgart; a statewide outreach training and technology program; an adult work center; a community services program; an independent living facility; and three independent living apartment complexes for adults.
Services provided for children include a preschool, technology and curriculum access center, rehabilitation center, child development center, infant monitoring program, outpatient therapy, and other home and community services.
A Child’s Place Preschool: A Child’s Place Preschool provides early childhood and special education instruction; ancillary medical services; and physical, occupational, and speech-language therapies to children with and without disabilities ages three months to five years old.
Arkansas Technology & Curriculum Access Center (TCC): The TCC is a collaborative partnership between the Arkansas Department of Education’s Special Education Unit and Easter Seals of Arkansas. The TCC provides evaluation, consultation, equipment loans, and in-service training to meet the needs of children and young adults with disabilities. These services are provided at the Outpatient Services Center; on-site; and via web conferencing.
Children’s Rehabilitation Center: Easter Seals’ Children’s Rehabilitation Center is a 40-bed inpatient rehabilitation program for children ages three to 18 who have orthopedic, neuromuscular, or developmental disabilities.
Grand Prairie Child Development Center: Easter Seals Arkansas’ Grand Prairie Child Development Center serves children from six weeks to pre-kindergarten. The Center provides a comprehensive curriculum including language, science, math, computer skills, art, and music. The Center is located in Stuttgart, Arkansas.
Infant Monitoring Program: The Infant Monitoring Program provides evaluation and therapy services for infants born with special needs. The IMP Team consists of a project coordinator, pediatric physical therapist, occupational therapist, and speech-language pathologist.
Outpatient Therapy: Easter Seals Arkansas provides outpatient therapy services at its Outpatient Services Building on its main campus and at the Grand Prairie Child Development Center.
Home and Community Services: The Easter Seals Community Services Program provides a variety of services to support children and adults with developmental disabilities in the community. The primary goals of the program are to provide training in independent living skills and to prevent unnecessary placement in a more restrictive setting, such as an institution or nursing home.
Easter Seals’ main campus is located in West Little Rock. Grand Prairie Child Development Center is located approximately 60 miles from the main campus in Stuttgart, Arkansas. Additionally, Easter Seals Arkansas’ Outreach Program travels across the state providing evaluations, consultations, equipment loans, and in-service training to meet the needs of students with disabilities ages three through 21.
Age Groups Served: All ages
Diagnoses Served: All types of delays and disabilities
Geographic Areas Served: ALL counties in Arkansas (The outreach team travels across the state providing evaluations, consultations, equipment loans and inservice training to meet the needs of students with disabilities ages three through 21).