Our mission, in partnership with parents, professionals and the community, is to help children with special needs grow and learn on a path to a more independent life.
The goal for all of our students is to gain greater functional independence skills. Heartspring teaches the life skills that children need to succeed at the activities of daily life, thereby increasing individual independence, quality of life, and reducing the burden of care. Meet some of our students in the School Outcome Pages...
Heartspring Pediatric Services positively impacts the lives of children with special needs by providing outpatient therapies which include occupational, physical and speech therapies and psychology services. Visit our Pediatric Services Outcome Pages...
Together with the child, parents and therapists, school districts, and all others involved in the student's education, we design and implement outcomes-based programs which allow our students to succeed in environments they have been unable to manage before. Eventually, our students transition to a "less restrictive" setting - whether that be home, a group setting or the public school setting.
Heartspring is not a United Way funded agency. We help children thanks to the kindness of donations and tuition received through school districts and state and/or federal funding. In fulfilling our non-profit charter, Heartspring offers many services at reduced costs and provides significant financial assistance to our children and families. Generally most insurance are accepted for children seeking help at Heartspring Pediatric Services.