Mississippi Society for Disabilities MSD

Address: 500 G East Woodrow Wilson Drive,, PO Box 4958
Jackson, MS 39296
Website: http://msdisabilities.com/

The mission of Mississippi Society For Disabilities (MSD) is to provide a broad spectrum of programs and services to meet the needs of Mississippi children and adults with disabilities, thus enabling them to achieve maximum independence and gain the greatest possible quality of life. For half a century, the staff and volunteers of Mississippi Society for Disabilities have helped fellow Mississippians live gracefully and successfully with disabilities. Some disabilities are caused by birth defects, while many others are the result of injury, disease or aging. Though disabilities usually cannot be cured, MSD provides support to prevent them from encroaching on quality of life.  MSD has served thousands of Mississippi children and adults living with disabilities since 1959.  We are a 501 (c) 3 statewide non-profit organization and a registered charity with the Mississippi Secretary of State.  To support our unique programs and services, we depend on funding from donations from individuals and corporations, grants from foundations, and proceeds from special fund raising events. MSD headquarters are located at 500-G East Woodrow Wilson Drive, Jackson, Mississippi.  In addition to our administrative and program offices, The Mississippi Client Assistance Program and the MSD K.I.D.S. Clinic operate from this location. In addition to our administrative and program offices, The Mississippi Client Assistance Program and the MSD K.I.D.S. Clinic operates from this location.

The Herbert B. Ivison, Jr. K.I.D.S. Clinic: http://msdisabilities.com/k-i-d-s-clinic/

Licensed and certified therapists help remediate speech and language dysfunction.  Though comprehensive evaluations, each clients need is determined for single or multiple therapies.  MSD therapists also provide off site diagnostic and therapeutic services at the Mississippi School for the Blind and The Cares Center.  Speech/Language, vision and hearing screening services are provided for metro area Head Start Centers and area schools. Serving children and adults, clinic staff provides assessment and treatment for:  Articulation and Language Disorders, Fluency and Voice Disorders, Sensory Integration Dysfunction, Coordination disorders, Visual Perceptual Dysfunction.

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