AREAS OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY LCCS:
Center-Based Early Intervention
Adult and Preschool Day Programming
Diagnostic & Evaluation Health Services
Home and Community Based Waiver Services
The LCCS Preschool Program serves children from birth to five years old with developmental delays. Preschool/childcare services are also available for preschoolers typically developing. Qualified staff members provide the preschoolers with an opportunity to grow physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually.
Speech therapy, occupational and physical therapy are available to children that need these services.
The goal of the preschool is to assist/help each child reach his/her maximum potential in their personal development.
Goals they focus on include: Fine motor, Gross motor, Social, Language, Cognitive, and Adaptive.
*Licensing compliance forms (DDC -521) are kept on file at the facility for 3 years and are available for review upon request.
*A website to look at recalls is: www.cpsc.gov
*A website to view a Minimum Licensing Requirements for Child Care Centers is: http://humanservices.arkansas.gov/dccece/Pages/ChildCareLicensing.aspx#Child
Click on the link below heading “Child Care Facility Licensing Forms and Support Materials” that says “Minimum Licensing Requirements for Child Care Centers”.
The LCCS adult program offers developmental services for individuals ages 18 and 21 with a diploma or certificate of completion, or age 21 and older. Allowing an assessment and the individual’s needs, an individual service plan is developed by a team including the individual, staff member, advocates and family members or guardians. The goal of this program is to teach functional life skills needed for personal independence in caring for themselves and their environment in accessing the community.
The life skills include: Cooking, Community Awareness, Communication, Grooming, Money Skills, Domestic, and Recreation & Leisure.