The clients at Kidsource work hard in therapy to learn the skills they need in order to participate in their community, homes and schools. In order to practice the skills they are learning in the most natural environments possible, Kidsource Kids provides the opportunity for community outings. These outings are supported by therapists and take place in a variety of settings.
One fun activity we had the opportunity to take part in this summer was making dog biscuits. The kids met with a group of adults with special needs who taught them the process then helped assist them along the way. So many good skills were used! It took upper body strength to roll out the dough with the rolling pins and fine motor skills to cut out the biscuits with cookie cutters. They practiced social and language skills when interacting with their peers and the adults leading the group. The kids were rewarded at the end with a bag of treats to take home to their own pet! The kids love the chance to get out of the clinical setting and have fun with their peers, while also making the meaningful connection between what they’ve learned in therapy, and how it applies to real life.
Fall FestKidsource Kids will be sponsoring the 10th Annual Fall Fest this October! Fall Fest was one of the first events that Kidsource Kids created to provide community building opportunities for families. The festival originated in response to the difficulties a lot of children with special needs...Read More
MULLET MADNESS Vol. 2: THE BOMB.COM BASH 2018 WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!Thank you to everyone that attended this event, volunteered, and sponsored BOMB.COM! We raised almost $12,000!Move over 80s….its ALL about the 90s next!!!!! Decade Soiree will be celebrating different decades each year to help raise...Read More
Kidsource Therapy decided early on that not only did we want to help our kids and their families in the way of providing comprehensive therapy services but also to provide various opportunities to be a part of their community. Many of these families could not go to the mall to see Santa (Sensory San...Read More
It is the most wonderful time of the year!! The Christmas trees are up and decorated, lights are going up on the house, and the mall is full of happy shoppers. Santa is at every mall and it's it time to visit him for an annual photo. The line for Santa is long, music is blaring over the mall spea...Read More
Freedom Reins-Hearts and Hoofs Making a Difference TogetherFreedom Reins started in 2008 as a way to provide therapy in a new and exciting to way to better meet and reach our clients goals and needs. Based on the ideas of sensory input and integration, Freedom Reins is able to provide the modality o...Read More
Free To Be Me Arts is a program under KidSource Kids that embodies it's meaning in the title. This programpresents how powerful, creative, and inspiring central Arkansas's disabled kidsare, highlighting their role as contributing humans to the central Arkansascommunity. Free To Be Me Arts gives a me...Read More
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