For children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy Services

At Miracle Kids Success Academy, our highly trained staff offers services in early childhood development as well as medical care. We provide occupational, physical and speech therapy services that are designed to meet the unique goals of each child. Our treatment rooms and innovative therapy equipment are designed to mirror playful activities to the child, yet the therapists are actually drawing upon extensive training to provide challenging therapeutic activities aimed at developing greater capabilities and skill levels. Additionally, an infant-toddler, preschool and pre-K curriculum is provided. These on-site services are designed to encourage and support the growth and well-being of each child at Miracle Kids Success Academy. Our goal is to build partnerships with parents and caregivers to create meaningful independence by celebrating children one miracle at a time.

Autism and Special Needs News & Announcements

In Arkansas, one in every 65 children is diagnosed with autism. Because autism is so common, and because April is Autism Awareness month, we want to share some tips for parents and caregivers when helping children with autism. In general: Learn the early signs and become familiar with typical developmental milestones your child should reach. …

Each year, approximately 10,000 children are victims of abuse here in Arkansas. And for every one case that is reported, it is estimated there are two cases that are unreported. Parents and caregivers who have support—from family, friends, neighbors, and their communities—are more likely to provide safe and healthy homes for their children. When parents …

Here at Miracle Kids Success Academy, we want to use Autism Awareness Month to not only celebrate our students with autism, but also bring awareness to this developmental disorder. How Common Is Autism? Autism statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identify around 1 in 68 American children as on the …