Testimonials

“I feel the overall care my little boys have received has been great! I have actually recommended your services to three people and all three are currently receiving services.”

 

“The staff have exceeded my expectations. They have made our experience with my child's speech delay less frustrating by always being considerate, thoughtful and professional.”

 

"Your service is the best! I don’t where my child would be with out your program."

 

 

 

 

 

For Children

Arc of Greater New Orleans has been an integral part of the New Orleans area community since 1953, offering support and critical services to the area’s youngest residents and their families. We offer lifelong support to families in Orleans, Jefferson and St. Bernard Parishes. Arc’s Children’s Services include:

Early Intervention – Ages: birth to 3-years

Early Intervention can make a significant difference in children that are experiencing developmental delays. Arc can provide individualized services to assist in all areas of growth and development.

For more information on Early Intervention please call 504-897-4060.

Family Services Coordination – Ages: birth to 3-years

Arc is there to not only help the child, but provide support to the family.  Through its Family Services Coordination division, service coordinators work with families to assess needs and identify services for children with developmental delays. With this assistance, parents can make informed decisions on how to best help their child.

For more information on Family Services Coordination, please call 504-897-4060.

Uptown Learning Center – Ages: 6 weeks to 4-years

Uptown Learning Center (ULC) offers structured child care services for all children in the New Orleans area. With a specialized and trained staff, the ULC child care center accepts children with developmental delays, as well as those children typically developing. Professionals, paraprofessionals and family members work together to provide developmentally appropriate services to all infants and preschoolers.

For more information on the Uptown Learning Center, please call 504-897-4060.

Respite Care – All Ages

It is widely recognized that families providing care to a person with a developmental disability are exposed to psychological and physical stresses which are unique, demanding and unrelenting. Family members need time away, to take care of personal needs or simply to renew themselves. At other times, emergency events may demand the time and attention of a caregiver. In either case, Respite Services can be an invaluable resource and is offered through Project H.E.L.P.

For more information on Respite Services and Project H.E.L.P.,
please call 504-897-0134.