Nurses Header Image

Constance Burnsed, LPN


Constance earned a degree in Welding and Metal Fabrication from Arkansas State University at Searcy in 2007. She then enrolled in the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville in 2015 to become a Licensed Practical Nurse. After becoming an LPN, Constance wanted to work in her community and be a part of something amazing. She began working at Kids Unlimited in August, 2015, as our nurse and Patient Care Coordinator. She is known for being very personable with families through the evaluation process and after enrollment. She finds it amazing to see the kids on intake day and watch them progress through therapy and classroom intervention. Constance said, “It is a blessing for parents to choose our clinic and let us help their children reach and exceed their milestones.” In her spare time, Constance is all about her family and her two sons. Her sons are very active in sports and she loves to support their dreams and watch them grow each season. Constance’s favorite non-profit organization is The CALL of White County. The mission of The CALL is to educate, equip and encourage the Christian community to provide a future and a hope for children in Foster Care in Arkansas.

Lacey Brown, RN


Lacey is married with 5 children. She graduated from Western Governor’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Finance and from Arkansas State University with an Associate’s degree in Nursing. After being a stay-at-home mom for over 12 years and working part-time as a medical surgical nurse at a local hospital, she felt that KULA was a great place to use her nursing skills and work in the field of pediatrics. Lacey likes working as a team. She is known for being very goal oriented and working with kids (having 5 children of her own and 24 nieces and nephews has given her a lot of practice!). She loves taking care of children, whether it’s just a mommy-style hug or medical attention needed. She especially loves providing a voice for the children who don’t have a way to tell their stories. In her personal time, Lacey loves spending time with her family and watching Razorback games. She also really loves music and old movies. She volunteers at her church as a compassionate service coordinator.

CConstance Burnsed, LPN


Constance earned a degree in Welding and Metal Fabrication from Arkansas State University at Searcy in 2007. She then enrolled in the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville in 2015 to become a Licensed Practical Nurse. After becoming an LPN, Constance wanted to work in her community and be a part of something amazing. She began working at Kids Unlimited in August, 2015, as our nurse and Patient Care Coordinator. She is known for being very personable with families through the evaluation process and after enrollment. She finds it amazing to see the kids on intake day and watch them progress through therapy and classroom intervention. Constance said, “It is a blessing for parents to choose our clinic and let us help their children reach and exceed their milestones.” In her spare time, Constance is all about her family and her two sons. Her sons are very active in sports and she loves to support their dreams and watch them grow each season. Constance’s favorite non-profit organization is The CALL of White County. The mission of The CALL is to educate, equip and encourage the Christian community to provide a future and a hope for children in Foster Care in Arkansas.

Lacey Brown, RN


Lacey is married with 5 children. She graduated from Western Governor’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Finance and from Arkansas State University with an Associate’s degree in Nursing. After being a stay-at-home mom for over 12 years and working part-time as a medical surgical nurse at a local hospital, she felt that KULA was a great place to use her nursing skills and work in the field of pediatrics. Lacey likes working as a team. She is known for being very goal oriented and working with kids (having 5 children of her own and 24 nieces and nephews has given her a lot of practice!). She loves taking care of children, whether it’s just a mommy-style hug or medical attention needed. She especially loves providing a voice for the children who don’t have a way to tell their stories. In her personal time, Lacey loves spending time with her family and watching Razorback games. She also really loves music and old movies. She volunteers at her church as a compassionate service coordinator.

Is Your Child On Track?

How your child plays, learns, speaks and acts offer important clues about his development.

Do you have questions about your child’s development? View our milestone checklist to see if your child is where he/she should be at this stage in their development.

 

Still have concerns? Complete the form below to contact our staff to discuss your concerns, schedule a tour of our facility, or make an appointment to speak with our staff.

9 + 15 =

Kids Unlimited Learning Academy

Cabot: 501-941-3500
Searcy: 501-268-3400
Farmington: 479-300-6400
Ft. Smith: 479-755-6601

7 + 6 =

FEATURED BLOG


The Importance of Reading Intervention at an Early Age

Daley Johnston M.A., CF-SLP

Read Blog>

Pin It on Pinterest