Welcome to MSS
Magnolia Specialized Services provides opportunities and choices for those with developmental delays and disabilities. Among these opportunities are individualized day programs that address applicable goals and objectives such as:
-Speech, occupational and physical therapies
-Adult Group home and apartment living arrangements
-Employment within Magnolia Specialized Specialized Services, paying at least minimum wage
-Transportation to and from day programs, to places in the community, to Special Olympics events and to selected vacation destinations
- The provision of skilled staff to assist individuals in their homes, in order to allow for more independent living.
TODAY ONLY, MARCH 16, 2017, MSS
WILL RECEIVE 10 TIMES THE USUAL
DONATION WHEN YOU PURCHASE
ITEMS THROUGH THE AMAZON
SMILES PROGRAM. CLICK THE LINK
BELOW TO SUPPORT MSS. THANKS!!
Bridget Gulley has been employed at Magnolia Specialized Services, Inc. since 1/6/2005 working as a teacher for children ages 3 to 5 who have special needs. In addition, Bridget drives a van to transport the children and adults to school every day. She is also very loved by all of her co-workers, friends, and family. She is currently fighting a battle against cancer and shouldn't fight it alone. Please click on the link for more information and to make a contribution if you would like.
Steak Dinner Fundraiser, Thursday, April 13, 2017
The adult clients have been busy helping with preparations for our annual Steak Dinner Fundraiser, which will be held on Thursday, April 13 from 5-7. Ask an MSS employee, or Call 870 234 6118 to purchase tickets. Drive thru tickets are $25 each, Dine in tickets are $30 each. Your meal will include a 12 oz ribeye steak, hashbrown potato casserole, salad, roll and dessert. Thanks for your support!!
February was a busy month at Magnolia Specialized Services!
Happy Mardi Gras! The preschool children celebrated Mardi Gras on February 28 with a party in the gym, featuring music, candy, and plenty of beads. The adult clients had a special lunch followed by an award ceremony and a Mardi Gras dance. During the award ceremony, a new Mr. and Mrs. MSS couple was chosen. In the weeks leading up to Mardi Gras, the preschoolers and adults worked on Mardi Gras hats and masks. See the gallery below for some pictures of the celebration.
On February 2-4, the floor hockey team traveled to Springdale, Arkansas for the 2017 Special Olympics Winter Games. The team won a gold medal in their division.
On February 10, thirty three adults and many MSS staff members and volunteers donned their best and attended the "Night to Shine" Prom at the Albert Pike Memorial Temple in Little Rock, Arkansas. A great time was had by all. The event was sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and Geyer Springs First Baptist Church in Little Rock.
Mardi Gras Celebration