The Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) is a dedicated service agency that provides leadership, support and service to schools, districts and communities so every student graduates prepared for college, career, and community engagement.
This program provides independent living services to older individuals who are blind, conduct activities that will improve or expand services for these individuals and conduct activities to help improve public understanding of the problems of these individuals. These services assist people in learning how to care for themselves, travel independently, and perform home management skills and other activities to promote self-reliance. Family involvement and support services are strongly encouraged.
DHS offers a variety of programs and services for all Arkansas citizens. From simple A to Z list of all services to more focused lists based on groups such as young adult or seniors, our goal is to help you find the information you need quickly.
ICAN AT4ALL is Arkansas’ statewide assistive technology program designed to make technology available and accessible for everyone who needs it. Assistive technology (AT) is any kind of device or tool that helps people learn, work, communicate and live more independently. AT can be very simple and inexpensive, like a modified knife and fork, or it can be very sophisticated and costly, like a computerized speech device.
The Arkansas Ophthalmological Society (AOS), Arkansas Eye MDs, is a statewide professional society representing ophthalmologists practicing in the state of Arkansas. The primary purpose of AOS is to maintain the high quality of medical eye care in Arkansas by serving its members through professional education, practice management, and advocacy efforts.