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81. Blindness
who are visually disabled, learning disabled and developmentally children to receivethe special education services Impaired; University of arkansas at Little
Adaptive Technology

82. CommResources Mar19
for children youth under age 18 with special health care referrals for qualityprenatel care, serving entire state of arkansas. Serving disabled children.
This page contains the categories:
Medical Services Children/Youth
Medical Services Elderly/Disabled
in that order.
Scroll down to see each of these categories.
ARKIDS FIRST - toll free 888-474-8275 or 479-484-5550 ext 6468; free medical insurance for low income Arkansas
Apply at DHS or call for enrollment assistance. A local representative for Crawford and Sebastian Counties may be contacted at 479-314-1602. To go to their web site click here:
ARKANSAS HEALTH CARE ACCESS FOUNDATION, INC. - P.O. Box 56248, Little Rock, AR 72215; 501-221-3033 or 800-950-8233; Serving uninsured, low income
Arkansas resident or resident alien. To go to their web site click here:
ARKANSAS SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND - 2600 Markham, Little Rock, AR 72205; 501-296-1810 or 800-362-4451; All services are free. CHILDRENS MEDICAL SERVICES OF ARKANSAS - P.O. Box 1437, Little Rock, Ar 72203; 800-482-5850 ext 22277 services are free . To go to their web site click here:

83. Therapy/Respite Camps: Kids With Autism And Other Special Needs
A page with information about summer camps for kids with special needs focus on therapy for kids with special needs and/or respite for the kids and Atlantic Coast special Educational Services provides full time, summer respite residential services
Therapy/Respite Camps for Kids
This page evolves as people tell me about new camps, so if you know of camps that are not listed here, please email me so I can get the information posted here. If you direct a camp that would like a simple WWW page that describes your camp, I'll be pleased to put one up just email a description of the camp to me. Also, please let me know about any other WWW resources to which I should have a link. Thanks!
What's Here?
Information about summer camps that focus on therapy for kids with special needs and/or respite for the kids and their families. I have broken it into national categories and regional categories in the USA:
  • United States Apologies in advance if my sense of these regions differs from yours! I also have some links to other potentially useful pages
    Camps in the Northeast (USA)
    • Camp Horizons provides winter weekend get-a-ways, a week long holiday event, and 8 weeks of residential summer camp for children and adults who are mild to moderately mentally handicapped. In South Windham, CT.
    • Camp Hemlocks , in Hebron, is a rustic, barrier-free, year-round camping facility which provides recreational, educational and social programs for children and adults with disabilities and their families.

84. Uada
buses are accessible and even have a route which ventures as far as the NorthwestArkansas Mall? ..disabled students requiring special seating can
Summary of Goals Barrier Awareness Day Tips for Success ... Links to UA Resources
    SUPPORT: UADA provides campus-wide support for disabled students. EDUCATE: UADA is committed to educating the campus community about disabled students and the challenges they face.
    ADVOCATE: UADA advocates for disabled students by eliminating barriers which hinder and providing services which aid.

BARRIER AWARENESS DAY UADA prides itself on its educational focus. UADA holds an annual Barrier Awareness Day for the entire campus. Students, faculty, staff, and friends are on hand to learn and engage in fun and educational activities. Obstacle courses are featured where abled individuals are encouraged to use wheelchairs and blindfolds across campus to experience the barriers and obstacles disabled individuals encounter on a daily basis. Wheelchair basketball is always a favorite activity, allowing abled and disabled to compete. Barrier Awareness Day is an enjoyable and educational way of bringing disabled and abled worlds together.

85. Fayetteville Community Overview
current population from the 2000 special Census is and facilities for developmentallydisabledchildren in rail-freight service through the arkansas Missouri
Fayetteville Community Overview: HISTORY

The City of Fayetteville, also the County Seat of Washington County, is located in the northwest corner of Arkansas. It is approximately 30 miles east of the Oklahoma border and 50 miles south of Missouri. Sitting near the tallest of the mountains in the Ozark Mountain Range, the City enjoys four distinct and beautiful seasons in a climate that for decades has drawn a variety of individuals seeking a special environment to live, work, and raise their families. POPULATION / SIZE
From 1960 to 1990, Fayetteville more than doubled in size growing from a population of 20,274 to 42,249. The City has also experienced remarkable growth over the past six years. The 1980 population was 36,608; 1990 was 42,249; and current population from the 2000 Special Census is 58,047. Over the 20-year span of 1980-2000, the population increase is almost 59%. Based on the 2000 Census, Fayetteville is the fourth largest city in Arkansas. For an idea of Fayetteville's growth in size alone, the City currently encompasses 44.54 square miles or 28,508 acres; in 1870, the original town encompassed only 1,116 acres.
Fayetteville's unemployment rate has historically been low and has remained below 3% since 1994. The per capita income has grown an impressive 75% since 1982. The significant economic growth has been fueled by the phenomenal growth of Wal-Mart, Tyson Foods, J.B. Hunt Transport, and other locally-based companies. Fayetteville is known as the business center for Northwest Arkansas. Aggressive in dealing with its growth, the City has anticipated future growth. A goal of the economic development philosophy is to not only encourage and support new business, but to direct the growth into areas compatible with existing industry and the economic base. In addition, initiatives such as the completion of the City's General Plan 2020 and the Capital Improvements Program, a 5-year plan updated and revised as needed as a planning tool for infrastructure and other capital improvements, allow for enhanced capability to meet the ever-increasing needs of Fayetteville citizens.

86. Education Week - Registration - Access Restricted
arkansas. allow state to provide financial compensation, paid for by purchase ofspecial license plates, for school employees killed or disabled by acts

87. Education Reform Review
positive role models has been developed in arkansas. home school students from specialeducation benefits FortySix Percent of disabled Students Mainstreamed.
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Education Reform Briefs
Updated 4/17/00 For more complete information pertaining to the summary news below,
please refer to EPI's links page to connect with the organization referenced.
No endorsement should be assumed for any organization due to its inclusion on this page.
From the National Association of Elementary School Principals, 4/12/00
ERS Study Confirms Link Between Principal and School Success The widespread shortage of qualified principals has put a drain on the instructional leadership of the nation's schools, and is seriously affecting efforts in whole-school academic improvement, according to a new report conducted by the Educational Research Service (ERS) at the request of NAESP and NASSP. The report, The Principal, Keystone of a High-Achieving School: Attracting and Keeping the Leaders We Need, takes a close look at the shortage, suggests reasons behind it, and provides an overview of programs designed to address aspects of the shortage. The study identifies critical skills for qualified principal candidates, which include: being "educationally savvy," being innovative, having a clear focus and vision, being able to "sell the school," being a good manager, being interested in using and applying research to improve the school, possessing good conflict resolution and mediation skills, and being loving child advocates.

homes for children developmentally disabled, emotionally disturbed a private, nonprofitspecial education program The Alphabet House; The arkansas School for
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  • Accelerated Learning Academy - A small private school geared to your child's special education needs.
  • American School for the Deaf Home Page
  • Anne Carlsen Center for Children has made a difference in thousands of lives
  • Arizona State School for the Deaf and the Blind
  • Banyan Tree - San Diego, CA school,The Banyan Tree Day School, provides individualized instruction for average to bright students with learning and attention problems in grades 1-6.
  • Bendwood Elementary
  • Best Boarding Schools for the Best Students
  • Bethany Independent School - Bethany School - Goudhurst, Kent, UK offers academic excellence and a stable, secure environment. Renowned for expertise regarding dyslexic students, Bethany achieves outstanding examination results.
  • Birkdale School for Hearing Impaired Children - Birkdale School for Hearing Impaired Children
  • Brehm Preparatory School
  • Burnaby South Secondary School
  • California School for the Deaf, Fremont
  • 89. Clarksville Education
    special emphasis is placed on encouraging individuals to the mentally and/or physicallydisabled of this I. Referral Source A. arkansas Rehabilitation Services
    Forrester-Davis Development Center
    was established in Clarksville in 1971 by a group of parents who needed a school for their children with special needs. Through the years, Forrester-Davis Development Center has evolved into two programs. This program's purpose and objective is to provide educational/habilitative services to the developmentally disabled adults in Johnson County and surrounding communities. Originally incorporated with the center for the children's program, the Adult program moved into the new 4,416 square foot facility located next door to the children's Center. Forrester-Davis Development Adult Center provides quality work opportunities for individuals through it's subcontract work, while providing the business community an invaluable service by completing their contracts in a timely and acceptable manner. The training program is part of a larger organization, Forrester-Davis Development Center, Inc., a non-profit, community-based agency dedicated to providing a comprehensive service delivery system for individuals with handicapping conditions in three basic program areas: educational, vocational and preschool. Services provided by the larger organization include psychosocial services, vocational evaluation, vocational development, occupational skills training, follow-up, infant/preschool classes as well as physical, occupational and speech therapy.

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