Archild provides Early Intervention Day Treatment (EIDT) as well as regular daycare options. Outpatient pediatric therapy services are also offered, including speech, occupational and physical therapy. We serve children with a variety of developmental needs and abilities. Read on to learn about how Archild can best serve your child’s needs.
Apply for EIDT
How Treatment Is Paid For
Early intervention day treatment services are paid for through Medicaid funding, including ArKids A, SSI and TEFRA. Your child is eligible for developmental preschool services if they meet the following criteria:
- Receives Medicaid funding
- Qualifies in developmental therapy and one of the following: speech therapy, occupational therapy or physical therapy
- Treatment is approved by their primary care physician
Who May Get Accepted
Archild accepts children with a variety of diagnoses that include, but are not limited to:
Fine/Gross Motor Delay
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Failure to Thrive
Prenatal Drug / Alcohol Abuse
Apply for Daycare
Archild is a certified Level Two Arkansas Better Beginnings childcare provider, offering regular family day care services with both private pay and voucher options.
Private pay voucher daycare rates are as follows:
- Birth to 17 months: $175.00 per week
- Toddlers 18-35 months: $170.00 per week
- Preschool 3-5 years old: $160.00 per week
Private pay daycare rates are as follows:
- Birth to 17 months: $149.90 per week
- Toddlers 18-35 months: $140.00 per week
- Preschool 3-5 years old: $123.90 per week
*Before Care: 7:00 AM – 7:30 AM: $15.00/week (limited enrollment)
*Extended Care: 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM: $30.00/week (limited enrollment)
Apply for Outpatient Therapy
If you’re looking for outpatient pediatric therapy services, including speech, occupational and physical therapies, Archild’s team of therapists are here to help your child achieve their highest level of functionality and well-being.
Our therapists are dedicated to providing caregivers with the resources and training they need to address each child’s individual needs.