Eagle Valley Children’s Home became a fully accredited intermediate care facility for the mentally retarded. In 2004, Eagle Valley Children’s Home designed and constructed a state-of-the-art building on the original site to expand residential and training services to 18 people.
EAGLE VALLEY CHILDREN’S HOME operates a vocational training program at its off-site location in Carson City called The Workplace. Adult clients over the age of 22 may attend this program or alternative programs run by other community providers. Clients under the age of 22 attend Carson City public schools.
As a primarily home-based program, the intervention takes place in the comfort, safety, and privacy of the child’s home. Highly trained and closely supervised graduate and undergraduate student tutors comprise the child’s intervention team. In most cases, 30 hours of one-to-one intervention is provided each week throughout the year for a minimum of two years.
Our speciality is early intensive behavioral intervention for young, preschool aged children with autism. We offer a comprehensive, individualized home-based intervention that seeks to normalize all aspects of a child’s psychological development.
Easterseals serves 1.4 million children and adults with disabilities and their families, offering a wide range of services at 74 affiliates nationwide. We change the way the world defines and views disability by making profound, positive differences in people’s lives every day, helping our clients build the skills and access the resources they need to live, learn, work and play.
The Nevada Assistive Technology Resource Center (NATRC) provides a range of services related to Assistive Technology (AT) with an emphasis on outreach, public awareness and collaboration while seeking to maximize the participation and inclusion of individuals in the community regardless of their disability.
Heaven Bound Lifestyle Center operates the Moana House that provides a comfortable low rent living environment for the physically disable population. This home affords its residents with comforts of living independently in home designed according to the American with Disabilities Act. The residents live in a welcoming environment independently with the support from their care givers, and family members.
Residents enjoy a delicious hot meal Mon-Fri which they determine with their input on the weekey grocery ist with the house cook. Meals are prepared with consideration to healthy dietary needs with healthy portions of fruits and vegetables.
Therapeutic riding students are provided with riding experiences that will increase their physical strength as well as their balance, coordination and communication skills. Awareness, relaxation, breathing, alignment, rhythm, coordination, feel, connection.