Little Light House - AFB Directory Profile
Little Light House
5120 East 36th Street
Tulsa, OK 74135
(918) 664-6746 (Local)
(918) 664-2293 (Fax)
Hours of operation: Mon.-Fri. 8:00 AM-4:00 PM (facility operations).
Mon.-Fri. 8:30 AM-1:30 PM (school hours).
Geographic area served: Tulsa and surrounding areas.
Publications: Milestones and Miracles (written by co-founder Marcia Mitchell, detailing the history and goals of The Little Light House).
Julie Lipe, Director, Children's Services, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marcia Mitchell, CEO, email@example.com
Jean Winfrey, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Services for Children
- Provides screening and further educational and therapeutic assessment upon entry into the program.
- Computer Training/Assistive Technology
- Offers training in the use of speech output systems.
- Provides training in self-help areas as it pertains to preschool-age children.
- Early Intervention/Infant Services
- Information and Referral
- Makes available information about services in the Tulsa Metro area and surrounding communities.
- Preschool Programs
- TLLH serves 64 children in a classroom setting. Another 15-20 families participate in a monthly parent education program. Over the years, TLLH has served hundreds of children and continues to have an 18-month to 2-year waiting list of 90-100 children. Children are selected for TLLH based on the waiting list, the individual child’s needs and on the ability of TLLH to support those needs. Services are provided year-round for children aged birth to six years of age.
- Recreation Services
- Provides an outdoor playground, an indoor gymnasium, and physical therapy.
- Support for Parents
- Parents of TLLH students are provided training opportunities to better equip themselves to meet the future needs of their children through individual meetings with their child’s professional team and monthly school-wide parent meetings. Parents of children on the waiting list have the opportunity to participate in the Family Learning and Intervention Program (FLIP), in addition to the school-wide parent meetings, where they can gain support and training while waiting for placement.