Our purpose is to provide primary education for the daily instruction of neurodevelopmentally challenged children in a peaceful, nurturing environment in which each person is treated with unconditional positive regard and acceptance. We are committed to the following principles:
We believe that each child is a treasure, bearing God’s image. God has a plan for every child He has created.
We believe God, in His infinite wisdom, created the most paramount, intricate, advanced, complex, information-processing system in the universe called the human brain.
We believe that every brain is capable of new growth and change. No matter the age, level of functioning, or diagnosis given, we know that the brain can change based on the stimulation it receives.
Our mission is to empower and inspire each child that enters our doors in order to help them reach their full emotional, physical, spiritual, and academic potential.
This is who we are.
"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." - NIV
Who We Serve
Jeremiah’s Promise is an academic and therapeutic center serving children and young adults with special needs, including, but not limited to:
Autism Spectrum Disorder | Emotional, Behavioral, and Relational Challenges | Cerebral Palsy | Brain Injury/Stroke | Genetic Syndromes | Intellectual and Developmental Delays | Learning Differences
Percentage of children in the U.S. diagnosed with a developmental disability. These included autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, blindness, and cerebral palsy, among others.
Percentage of children diagnosed with a neurodevelopmental disorder (NDD) who were found to have two or more concurrent NDDs.
Number of common identified NDDs: visual impairment, epilepsy, neuromotor disability (including cerebral palsy), hearing impairment, speech/language disorders, ASD, ADHD, intellectual disability, and learning disorders.
Number of schools in The Golden Isles exclusively for children (infants to young adults) with special needs.
Tel: (912) 782-0698
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.