Success Stories

Cash succeeds with humor and compassion

“Hello, how are you?” says four year old Cash in his pretend British accent. Cash and his sense of humor entered Eliada’s Pre-Kindergarten program this year. He loves learning songs, reading, and playing pretend. He came to Pre-K with an Individual Education Plan (IEP). He had some significant developmental delays,…

Martha and Billy’s dedication is a lesson to all

Martha and Billy have been fostering children for 32 years. Over the years they’ve lost count as to the number of children they have cared for but believe it’s between 60 and 90. They try to get each child involved in youth programs at church and other extra-curricular activities that…

Madison succeeds in Day Treatment

Madison joined Eliada’s Day Treatment program at the end of September when she was struggling most with communicating her feelings, engaging with her peers, and consistently turning in or completing her work. Madison began her journey in the Sky classroom where she worked hard on listening to her peers and engaging…

Hannah & Haley Succeed in After School

Hannah & Haley Pike have been coming to Eliada since they were in the baby and three year old child care rooms, respectively! Every teacher at Eliada knows the beautiful Pike girls and their infectious spirits. Hannah is now in 3rd grade at Johnston Elementary and her hobbies include Barbie dolls, playing with her…

Mya

Mya joined Eliada’s 21st Century After School as a third grader a year and a half ago. She attends Woodfin Elementary School. When she first started in Eliada’s program she was struggling with her academics. She showed immediate frustration when working on school work independently. Because of this she had difficulty…

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