Courtesy: Pathfinder Preschool
JACKSONVILLE, Ark. (Sept. 20, 2012) - Pathfinder Preschool offers day habilitation services to enable the 3 month to five-year old child with developmental disabilities to receive individualized services.
These services include day care, skills training, self-help skills training, and physical, speech, and occupational therapies as prescribed by the child's physician.
"We also service children who are typically developing to give them an early start for kindergarten," says teacher Cory Carey. "It allows them to build good skills while gaining compassion for children with disabilities."
To help raise funds for more projects, Pathfinder is holding their first annual Bazaar/Yard Sale today, September 22 from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m at 2400 W. Main Street in Jacksonville.
Yard sale items have been donated and will be furniture, toys, clothing and more. There will also a food court, musical entertainmant, vendors and fun events for kids.
All proceeds will go towards Pathfinder's playground projects.
"Our Gingerbread Hallway, which is our birth to 3-year-old children, need some help on their playground and we also have a garden we have started this year so we need to raise a little more funds to help us with our garden project," says Pathfinder Preschool Director Debbie Scharbor.
The goal is to raise between $3,000 and $5,000.
THV's Tom Brannon sat down with Debbie Scharbor and Cory Carey to learn more about Pathfinder. Click on the THVideo!
Pathfinder provides an array of services for the disabled. Services are provided for those citizens, of Arkansas, with developmental disabilities.