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  • Plants with a Purpose: ACCESS Spring Plants Sales Are Here!

    PLANTS WITH A PURPOSE: Shop the ACCESS Spring Plant Sales and Support New Opportunities for Purpose and Independence for Individuals with Special Needs

  • ACCESS Hosts Viewing of Acclaimed Independent Film Normie, Welcomes Director and Lead Actor to Little Rock

    Little Rock, Arkansas – February 11, 2020 – ACCESS® Group, Inc. will host a special viewing of the nationally-acclaimed independent film Normie on Thursday, March 5, 2020. The viewing will take place at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church’s Wesley Hall, and tickets will be free for attendees. Doors will open at 6:00 pm, and the film will begin at 6:30 pm.

  • ACCESS Support Services: ACCESS Evaluation and Resource Center

    Join us for the next ACCESS for All discussing ACCESS Support Services: ACCESS Evaluation and Resource Center (AERC).

  • Intentional Learning with a Unique Curriculum

    I have been blessed to be a co-creator of the ACCESS Early Childhood curriculum that started with a small class of four-year-olds and has continued to evolve for 25 years! The philosophy behind our curriculum is that language is the key to not only future academic success, but for participating in everyday life and developing relationships.

  • Success Story: How Early Childhood Intervention Helped Karmen Soar

    Marquita Rich talks about her daughter's journey with ACCESS and how early childhood intervention helped her spread her wings.

  • ACCESS Support Services: Medicaid Waiver

    Join us for the next Transitions Night discussing ACCESS Support Services: Medicaid Waiver.

  • 2019-2020 Annual Giving Campaign Supports Technology

    Every day, we use technology – making phone calls on our smart phones, typing emails to friends and colleagues, watching television to catch up on the news. We often take for granted the many ways that technology helps us with our daily tasks.

  • Project SEARCH® Arkansas: ACCESS® Initiative Graduate Brings Awareness to Disability Employment through Hard Work and Determination

    When you think about the Project SEARCH®, a lot of terms come to mind; internships, employment, success, training, the list could go on.

  • So You Think You Have a Picky Eater?

    Having two young children myself, I have gone through my fair share of frustrating moments wondering, “Why in the world will she not eat dinner?” or “Is it awful that he is eating chicken nuggets again?”

  • Why Do We Need to Raise Awareness for Dyslexia?

    October is Dyslexia Awareness Month. By now, most of us have heard of, or know about, dyslexia, yet common misconceptions still exist. So, what is dyslexia? Why is it important to raise awareness?

  • Back to School Stress vs. Anxiety – How Do I Know the Difference?

    For students across Arkansas, the first weeks of school have started. First time to wear those new school shoes. First time to use that new backpack. Maybe the first time in a brand new school. For some readers, it may even be the first time your kids are leaving home for school altogether.

  • ACCESS Transitions Night: METRO 101

    You're invited to join us for the next ACCESS Transitions Night, Metro 101 training. Help Students/Clients Save Money and Get Places They Need to Go with This Comprehensive "How-To" Training. Bring Your Smartphone!