Arkansas Disability Coalition

In conjunction with Arkansas Support Network in Bentonville, the ADC works with parents who have children ages 0-26 with special education needs. Staff members across the state teach parents about their rights under IDEA how to develop and monitor effective educational plans for their children. The project helps parent network and organize support groups in their communities.

Family-2-Family Health Information Center of Arkansas (F2F HIC)
Services & Support

Our program has been designed to inform, educate and assist families
of children or youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) in a variety 
of ways and a number of different areas:

  • General health-related assistance to families and professionals
  • Referral services that connect families to other families, to professionals and to health-related programs available
  • Outreach to under-served/under-represented areas of Arkansas, including a statewide minority outreach program
  • Family/professional training seminars and workshops
  • Assistance with planning health-care transition to adult services
  • Networking with parents and caregivers to create family leaders that will become advocates and educators for CYSHCN in Arkansas
  • Many other areas of support
1501 N. University Avenue Suite 221
72207 Little Rock , AR
Sun, Jun 07, 2020: 8:33 pm
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