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Sycamore Rehabilitation Services

Last Update:3/13/2018
Contact:Patrick Cockrum
Title:Executive Director
Address:1001 Sycamore Lane
P.O.Box 369
Danville, IN 46122
County:Hendricks
Phone:317-745-4715
Toll Free:866-573-0817
Fax:317-745-8271
TDY:
E-Mail:
Website:www.sycamoreservices.com
Mission
Sycamore Services, Inc. makes a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities and others experiencing daily challenges by providing individualized training and services to increase independence and enhance their quality of life.
Program Description

Children's Services: In January of 2012, Cornerstone Rehab Services of Hendricks County merged with Sycamore Services. Children’s programs now include First Steps for infants and toddlers, age 0 to 3, and ongoing services for children from 3-18. Therapists utilize individual-specific strategies to assist children diagnosed with, or at risk of having, a developmental delay. Plans are designed to allow each child to reach his or her greatest potential for success at home, in school or in the community. Sessions are available in the summer to help children improve reading and writing skills and improve social skills. Services include physical/speech/occupational therapies, the Bridge pre-school and hippo-therapy.

Other Services:

  • Employment Services
  • Residential Support
  • Respite Care
  • Community Activity for individuals and groups
  • Pre-vocational Training
  • Day Programs
  • Transition Planning
Financial
Sycamore will accept Medicaid Waiver, Insurance, Private Pay and other state funding.
Services
Day Program Services
Employment/Supported Employment
First Steps/Early Intervention
Respite
Transition to Adulthood
Counties Serviced
Boone
Hamilton
Hancock
Hendricks
Johnson
Marion
Morgan
Sullivan
Vanderburgh
Vigo
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