Mission: The mission of ladacin network, a non-profit agency, is to provide a continuum of care, including educational, therapeutic, social, residential and support services to infants, children and adults with complex physical and developmental disabilities or delays.
Programs: Provided education and therapy to 102 children with multiple physical disabilities between the ages of 3-21 for 224 program days. Services are delivered using the transdisciplinary approach and may include speech, occupational and physical therapies as well as instruction in art, music, adapted physical education and computers. Evaluations and training in assistive technology, including augmentative communication, seating and mobility, and computer access are also available. Each student's program is individualized and based on his or her individual education plan which is developed in conjunction with the family and the district child study team.
provided education and therapy to 240 adults with multiple physical disabilities for 241 program days. Programs provide educational, vocational, social, therapeutic and recreational opportunities in attractive, barrier free environments for adults with multiple physical disabilities. Vocational training possibilities include food service, computer/office skills, document scanning, maintenance/custodial skills and child care. Evaluation and training in the use of assistive technology is integrated into the programs. Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech language therapy may be provided as components of a transdisciplinary approach to service delivery. Additional funding for this program is provided through federal grants, as shown on form 990, part viii, line 1e.
provided early intervention including evaluation to 1976 children between the ages of 0-3 years for 251 program days. Services enhance the capacity of families to meet the developmental and health related needs of their children aged birth to three years who have developmental delays or disabilities. Physical, occupational and speech therapies and special instruction may be provided in the home or other natural setting. Services promote collaborative partnerships among the family, community, service and health providers, schools, and child care programs to enable the family to develop and use lasting networks of natural support.
provided community/special needs child care, saturday/after care & cash option respite, and residential and support services for people with developmental and physical disabilities.