Housing and Therapy Services

University Gardens, Inc.

Located in Beebe, University Gardens is a 20-unit apartment complex. Apartments are leased to low income elderly and physically disabled adults. All apartments are on ground level and can be accessed through a common hall. Residents pay rent and utilities based on a percentage of their income. Residents enjoy the immaculate, level terrain with 36 fruit trees.



Mt. Ida Gardens, Inc.


Mount Ida Gardens features 15 one-bedroom, ground-level apartments built on 2.6 acres of land. Rent is subsidized to eligible tenants who are low income elderly or physically disabled individuals.



Grand Prairie Gardens, Inc.

Grand Prairie Gardens, located in Lonoke, is a 38-unit apartment complex. Apartments are leased to low income elderly and physically disabled adults. Grand Prairie's construction was funded by a $2 million grant from HUD and rents are HUD subsidized. It was sponsored and is managed by AEDD.



Physical Therapist and Physical Therapy

Physical Therapists (PT's) are experts in the examination and treatment of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular problems that affect people's ability to move the way they want and function as well as they want in their daily lives. Physical therapy addresses a variety of health problems resulting from injury, disease or developmental disabilities. PT's are trained to assess muscle strength, flexibility, endurance, joint motion, performance of activities of daily living (ADL), and many other aspects of physical movement and motion. Physical therapy treatment involves therapeutic exercise, endurance training and training in ADL's. ADL training includes walking, climbing stairs and getting in and out of chairs and vehicles.

Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists (OT's) are health professionals providing services to people whose lives have been disrupted by physical injury or illness, developmental disabilities, the aging process or social and psychological difficulties. OT's address people's ability to attend work, reducing distractibility, positioning seating and working, use of adaptive equipment for work and home, activity tolerance and endurance, fine motor skills, reducing sensory defensiveness, planning and organizational skills, interpersonal skills and performing various activities of daily life (ADL's). The goal of Occupational therapy is to assist individuals in achieving independent, productive, and satisfying lives.

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