Insuring Mississippi Parents and Children Tomorrows is the main idea behind Project IMPACT, an early intervention project started in the Fall of 1999 with initial funding provided through the Mississippi Department of Health. Project IMPACT has two main areas of service: An assessment team that provides transdisciplinary play-based assessments in the natural environment and a team of teachers and therapists that provide services in a center-based program.
Project IMPACT is committed to providing quality services to meet each student's individual needs. The program is based on a team approach consisting of administrators, speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, special education teachers, teacher assistants. All employees participate in yearly professional development programs, which contribute to their professional growth and enhance their knowledge of child development, evaluation, and intervention.
For more information, please contact Laurie Craig