Emmanuel's Place Gives Special Needs Children a Voice

Emmanuel's Place daycare will accommodate parents of children with special needs. Well-trained caregivers will carry out the mission of Executive Director La'Tedra Bingham, who understands first-hand the joy and heartache of this family challenge.

Foley, AL, February 15, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Emmanuel’s Place’s Unique Start and Qualified Offerings

Opening in December 2010 by Executive Director La'Tedra Bingham, Emmanuel’s Place is an endeavor from her heart. Ms. Bingham has incorporated this establishment to serve parents of special needs children age 3 and under. She seeks to fulfill a need in the community she herself experienced while lovingly caring and sacrificing for her own brother who lives with cerebral palsy.

Learning that the CDC reports that 1 in 278 children have cerebral palsy and that Mobile County is one of the counties with the least resources for these kids, Ms. Bingham decided to do something about it.

Ms. Bingham attained formal training at Capps College of Mobile for medical assisting. Consequently, she will utilize her own education as well as the know-how of other students of similar local colleges who will knowledgeably serve as Emmanuel’s Place’s stellar non-medical staff.

Emmanuel’s Place also offers the convenient and unique services of transportation and an after-school program to coordinate helpfully with the schedules of families in the day-to -day care of their special needs children. For the education and entertainment of the kids, a day at the daycare will consist of fun activities that focus on laying the groundwork to develop their reading and motor skills. Music, arts and crafts, and show and tell all will also be part of the curriculum at Emmanuel’s Place.

How Can You Be a Part of Emmanuel’s Place?
Emmanuel’s Place seeks to alleviate some of the daily worry and financial strain sometimes involved in the care of a special needs child. The daycare will allow parents to go to work worry-free knowing their children are in professional, caring hands. In fact, very few children will be assigned to each of several caregivers to ensure that each child receives more than enough attention and supervision. And in keeping with the theme of lessening financial burdens, Medicaid insurance will be accepted at Emmanuel’s Place.

Finally, La'Tedra Bingham along with her friendly, well-trained staff encourages and welcomes both volunteers and donations. If you are interested in assisting them to make this daycare the very best it can be, please visit their website: http://www.emmanuelsplace.com. To be a part of this effort, Emmanuel’s Place is welcoming monetary and property donations, volunteers, and your input in keeping with the Emmanuel’s Place’s place mantra that it is "a place where everyone has a voice".

Emmanuel's Place Incorporated
La'Tedra Bingham
(251) 209-5983