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Infant/Children’s Medically Fragile (ICF/IDD) — A residential ICF/IDD for infants and children up to age 15 who have acute or chronic health problems requiring 24/7 therapeutic intervention and skilled nursing care.

Our ICF/IDD's:
Tar River Center
Tar River is a demonstration project for infants and children up to age 15 and is run cooperatively with East Carolina University's School of Pediatric Medicine. To be eligible, a child must meet ICF/MR requirements and must be approved individually by the NC Division of Medical Assistance. Each child who is admitted has an individualized plan of care developed that includes written goals and intervention that address social, emotional, physical, and cognitive needs. The goal is to stabilize the child medically, train the parent/guardian to care for the child and, whenever possible, to return him/her to the community either to the home or to a therapeutic foster care setting - with provider support.

For more information call us at 252.758.1101
500 Sean Drive
Greenville, NC 27834
Tonya Lyons,Administrator


Developmental Day Centers — Developmentally appropriate educational services and licensed daycare for children with developmental disabilities, along with their typically developing peers.

Our Developmental Day Centers:
Anson Children’s Center

Anson Children’s Center is a five-star licensed developmental day center providing inclusive services to all children. Previously known as Anson Developmental Day, Anson Children’s Center has been the only center-based program for special needs children age birth to five for thirty years. The Anson Children’s Center maintains the highest state licensing rate and provides services within an environment that offers an opportunity for children to develop to their fullest potential.


For more information call us at 704.272.7076
383 Cotton Street
Polkton, NC 28135
Ginny Johnson, Administrator

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