Affiliated With:

Independent Care Servants, LLC
- 107 Johns Court, Frontenac, Kansas 66763
- non-medical inhome relief services
- more information contact (620) 249-7332.

Affiliated With:

Community Foundation of S.E. Kansas
- Credible Arts Therapies was approved as a grant recipient for the funding year of June 2015 through June 2016 in the amount of $1,575.00 toward developing with the Frontenac United Methodist Church in Frontenac, KS a project program in Ecumenical Worship/Faith Services for Seniors residing in Care Homes.

Affiliated With:

Living Health Concepts, PLC
Dr. Joel Robbins, DC, ND

Click here to view a video of our plans for Schlanger Park.

For more video of equipment available for children with disabilities, please view

Future projects under development will provide facilities for individuals with dementia-related problems.


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Our Mission

We strive to enrich the lives of individuals with physical, mental, and emotional limitations by providing complimentary therapies in order to maintain and develop the expressive, cognitive, social and life skills of individuals of all ages within the community, as well as the surrounding area. The scope of activities will include the development, provision and administration of educational and recreational training of complimentary-related therapies. We support the efforts of Universally Accessible Playgrounds that allow children with limitations to play side-by-side with their able-bodied peers, creating a truly integrated environment where compassion and acceptance can flourish. These playgrounds open the door for intergenerational programming for individuals of all ages to enjoy.


Universally Accessible Playground


* In SE Kansas over 14% of the total population experience a disability with approximately 8% of the population being age 15 and younger. Of the population 65 and over, approximately 43.7% have a disability.

For more information about the organization, please download our flyer