The Little Learning Tree
The Little Tree Preschools are “inclusive” day programs serving children with autism, ages 2 ½ – 5. Work with a teacher to help individual students with specific learning skills during the regular school day.
Address: 1176 Azalea Road
Times of Service: 8:30-10:30; 1:30-3:00 Monday-Thursday
L’Arche provides homes with a family atmosphere for adults with mental handicaps where they are treated as equals. Students from Spring Hill participate with them in many activities – walking, playing games, working puzzles, etc. This is a very special ministry which requires patience and rewards with joy.
Address: 151 S. Ann St. Mobile, AL 36604 L’Arche Directions
Times of Service: Monday-Thursday 9:00 am- 3:00 pm
A home away from home with tender loving care for mentally and physically challenged children of all ages. Serves 34 residents, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Mulherin is truly home to the residents as the majority have been there since infancy.
Address: 2496 Halls Mill Road. Mulherin Home Directions
Times of Service: Determined by coodinator
Southwest Regional School for the Deaf and Blind
A public K-5 school for visually and hearing impaired students. Work with a teacher to help individual students with specific learning skills during the regular school day. Help with occasional after school outings to skating rinks and bowling alleys.
Address: 3980 Burma Rd. Regional School Map and Directions
Times of Service: 8a.m.-3p.m. as determined by coordinator.
United Cerebral Palsy of Mobile
The mission of United Cerebral Palsy is to promote the independence, productivity, and full citizenship of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.
Address: 3058 Dauphin Square Conn, Mobile, AL 36607
Times of Service: Determined by coordinator
Kaleidoscope is a program of Goodwill Easterseals for younger adults who have recently transitioned out of high school and other non-senior adults who desire to remain active and engaged in structured daytime learning and recreational activities. Their goal is to help adults with developmental and/or other disabilities to enhance skills and characteristics important to personal growth, happiness and self-sufficiency through meaningful and challenging group activities.