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Darlene Hoar, Director
Project RUN provides early intervention services to infants and children from birth to age three who are experiencing developmental delays (such as difficulty in achieving childhood milestones such as rolling over, crawling, walking, talking, self-feeding, dressing, etc.), who have diagnoses known to be associated with developmental delay (such as Down Syndrome, autism, etc), or who have special needs (such as prematurity or medical complications) that may delay their development. Early intervention promotes development through family support and individualized therapeutic activities.
Services available from Project RUN include comprehensive evaluations, special instruction, and speech therapy. Project RUN staff may also provide audiological and nutritional consults, and a therapeutic horseback riding program is offered in the spring and fall. Evaluations and therapy services are play-based, and typically offered in natural environments such as the child's home or daycare. Services are confidential and provided at no charge to families.
SERVICE AREA: Project RUN staff travel from our four program locations to provide services in many north Mississippi counties: