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The road to independence starts here.

We know what you want most is for your child to live their life to the fullest. But right now you’re struggling – and you’re feeling defeated because you don’t have the resources to improve the outlook for your child. You need help.

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At The Little Light House, we see the potential in every child. We also see the strength in you. We promise to surround you with love and give you tools to ease your burden. Our staff is skilled and equipped to give you and your child the care you deserve.

Where the world sees a diagnosis, we see a child.

At The Little Light House, our goal is to help children, from birth to six years of age, with physical and mental challenges. 

We believe every child is born in the image of God, beautiful inside and out. And, though they may have challenges and delays, they deserve every opportunity to succeed and live a meaningful life.

Each child has a purpose and potential, which is why we open our doors to families of all walks of faith.

If your child is experiencing developmental delays, we want to help you.

Help comes in many forms.

One of the many wonderful aspects of The Little Light House is that help is always nearby. Monday through Thursday we provide hands-on education, therapy, and support for children and their families. 

Whether you’re down the street or across the globe, we are here for you now.

We have created a vast library of resources full of amazing content that is available to you at all times. From best practices, downloads, videos, and tools we are always thinking of new creative ideas that you can access 24/7. The best part is, whether your child is enrolled or not, these free resources are here for you. To visit our library, please click the below.

Have you received a recent diagnosis?

We understand how difficult and confusing this time can be for parents, caregivers, and teachers. Although we have served over 100 different diagnoses since 1972, we have put together specific pages for a few of the most common kids we typically work with. These pages include resources, stories, and information on common special needs just for you.

Cerebral Palsy

Cortical Vision Impairment

Down Syndrome

Sensory Processing Disorder

Spina Bifida

We want to help you.

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We want to get to know you and better understand your needs.

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Provide expert & quality care.

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Ask God for help and follow his guidance.

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Provide a safe, loving environment.

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Listen to you.

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Help you build a community of people who understand.

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Believe in your child and their bright future.

Common Questions

Your child will receive physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, assistive technology interventions and low-vision therapy while in class at the LLH. We encourage you to continue your child’s outside therapy which is clinically based for interventions more medically focused.  Our LLH therapists collaborate with community therapists regularly so that interventions complement each other.

We have a waiting list for our Monday – Thursday  preschool developmental center classrooms. The waiting list for this program is 2-3years, however we have created programming to fill the gap as you wait for placement.  

Because of each child’s highly individualized needs, all food for lunch is provided by the child’s family. LLH does provide snacks at school.

Each classroom has 1 certified teacher and 2 teaching assistants for 12 children (1:4 adult to student).  LLH heavily relies on volunteers to help students grow.  It is typical to have at least 1 regular volunteer in each class daily.  In addition, LLH utilizes college and career students whose university or college is partnering with us for professional training within the classroom.  This too provides extra hands, eyes, feet and voices to engage students in learning.

That’s okay! We will partner with you to ensure children have a positive learning experience.  Classrooms create routines that foster each child to be active learners, have fun and rest when they need to.  

We do not provide transportation to or from school. 

Children are in class Monday through Thursday from 8:30-1:15.

We provide services to children ages birth to 6. At age 6, your child will graduate the program. If your child turns 6 in the middle of the year they will complete the school year before graduating. We partner with Oklahoma Parent Center to help with your transition to public schools.